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    Why Koh Matters

    On the plus side, the New York Times chose to write a story about the opposition former Clinton administration official Harold Koh is facing from conservatives over his appointment as State Department legal adviser. Unfortunately the NYT then completely ignored Koh’s most controversial legal beliefs in support of legal transnationalism. … More

    Looking for Law in All the Wrong Places

    While we did borrow much of Britain’s common law framework at our founding, for over 200 years our nation has survived just fine by relying on our own judicial precedents when deciding Supreme Court cases. But as Heritage research associate Deborah O’Malley explains, that is very much in danger of … More