A major blow to the idea that there can be engagement with the Chinese state unions as described in the Wall Street Journal. Another account here: Chinese state cracks down, […]

I am NO LONGER organizing a seminar to take place in the fall at my law school on “global tectonics.” Instead I will be working on a book project. But […]

My guest post on an important court victory for faculty free speech can be found here.  

Steve Bainbridge writes here of the passing of Henry Manne, one of the most important legal thinkers of the late 20th century. I did not know Henry at all personally […]

While many tomorrow will, understandably, recall Rev. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, I often think of another of his great speeches, one that was, in some ways, more radical […]

Putin dances to the tune of fictitious capital

Today’s Financial Times has a front page story on the newest stage of the Russian crisis. Putin’s Russia is being hit by both western sanctions as a result of its […]

The widely respected Journal of Legal Studies has now published “The Economic Value of a Law Degree,” the most important and widely discussed study of the value of earning a […]

Coming out in (relatively) affordable paperback soon. Order now in time for the Xmas holiday gift giving season! Source: The Facebook effect: secondary markets and insider trading in today’s startup […]

Schooled, In debt, Struggling

Frank Wu, the dean of UC Hastings College of the Law, flutters about his third-floor office adjusting things, making sure his emails are answered and… Source: Schooled, Indebt, Struggling An […]

In a clear affirmation of the longstanding right of women and girls in California to choose whether or not to terminate a pregnancy, the Director of California’s Department of Managed […]