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Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Some good news

I'm delighted to point our readers to the direction of the NYT oped page today, where they can find Paul Horwitz's excellent essay on the Hobby-Lobby case and its implications.

I'm also thrilled to note that Rachel Harmon's recent contribution here -- about the Riley case and the fragility of policing knowledge demonstrated by the Court therein -- was selected to be included in a Green Bag/Journal of Law series called The Post (here and here); that series showcases exemplary legal writing from the blogosphere. 

Congrats Paul and Rachel!

Posted by Dan Markel on July 2, 2014 at 12:29 PM in Article Spotlight, Blogging | Permalink

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