Posts for August, 2013

FISA Court Rolls Over, Plays Dead – excerpt from Forbes article

August 30, 2013

A newly declassified opinion shows FISA court “oversight” in the face of egregious, unconstitutional and potentially criminal government misconduct means nothing. Last week, thanks to the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s excellent FOIA work, we got the gift of a newly declassified 2011 FISA court opinion. The opinion finds that the government […]

In the Wake of Travyon Martin, Calling for a Racial Justice Clinic

August 8, 2013

Now that protests have ended, social media posts have subsided, and the hoodies have gone back in the closets, someone will have to do the work of clawing our way back to justice. As future lawyers, we have a responsibility to be part of that response. And to weigh in […]