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Law blog roundup

Welcome to this Monday’s law blog roundup. It may be late, but it still makes for good reading. The British are coming! The British are coming! Dan Goldstein wins another case for a blind law grad looking to take the ...

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Inside the First Amendment: Laws are not best way to thwart Westboro

Whatever your thoughts about the controversial Fred Phelps family and their Westboro Baptist Church — and for most Americans, those thoughts are negative — the group continues to find ways to grab headlines and public attention. In the wake of ...

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C. Fraser Smith: Time to see who runs Baltimore

It’s time for more doing and less suing. It’s also time for seeing who runs Baltimore. In a forceful essay in The Baltimore Sun this week, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake boldly asserts herself. Her general target? A tendency to sue when ...

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