Michael LaCour has posted his response to the charges against him -- but the response doesn't discuss one of the most serious allegations.
Monthly Archives: May 2015
A groundbreaking judicial opinion on GINA.
A thought following the indictment of Dennis Hastert.
Distribution of Anti-Semitic leaflets is constitutionally protected, the police conclude.
Volokh the "exploit[er]"?
For those of you in New York City this weekend, be sure to check out the World Science Festival.
The story behind Kelo v. City of New London – how an obscure takings case got to the Supreme Court and shocked the nation
The story behind the Kelo case. This is the second in a series of posts based on my new book "The Grasping Hand: Kelo v. City of New London and the Limits of Eminent Domain."
On Friday, June 5, I will be part of a panel of academic zombie experts at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre. The panel follows a performance of the new play "Zombie: The American." Between the play and the panel, you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about the politics of zombies, but were afraid to ask!
How Northwestern University is throwing academic freedom under the bus (and wasting money) under the guise of Title IX compliance
A story in which a prominent research university launches a costly Title IX investigation of a tenured faculty member over an article and a tweet.