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(The following post corrects two small factual errors in the original post.) by Lisa Heinzerling Today, President Obama announced that he had asked EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson to withdraw the final National Ambient Air Quality Standard (known as a "NAAQS") for ozone pollution, which she and her...
Ten reasons in his speech for the Delaney professorship, available here.
President-Elect Obama has a strong commitment to, and policy on, international development assistance for health. However, during the election, he rarely discussed global health, and with the financial crisis he may turn his attention to pressing economic issues. America’s commitment to global...
Don Langevoort and Paul Rothstein have just posted papers to SSRN and BePress.Don Langevoort's article, U.S. Securities Regulation and Global Competition, is forthcoming in the Virginia Law & Business Review and can be downloaded from BePress and SSRN.Abstract:This essay introduces and comments on...
John Mikhail: Moral Grammar and Intuitive Jurisprudence: A Formal Model of Unconscious Moral and Legal Knowledge
A new paper by John Mikhail, Moral Grammar and Intuitive Jurisprudence: A Formal Model of Unconscious Moral and Legal Knowledge, has been posted to SSRN. This paper will be published in The Psychology of Learning and Motivation: Moral Cognition and Decision Making, Volume 50 (D. Medin, L. Skitka,...
On Wednesday, November 5, I delivered the following remarks at a faculty lunch devoted to reflecting on the passing this summer of Paul R. Dean, who served as dean of Georgetown Law from 1954 to 1969. Although we were honored to have four of Dean's children with us, the audience I principally had...
Larry Gostin's piece, "Biosecurity Policy: Are We Safer Today?" and published in Emerging Issues, is now available at LexisNexis, BePress and SSRN. Abstract: Lawrence O. Gostin analyzes biosecurity policy since 9/11. He begins with the question: Are we safer now? Then comes a review of biosecurity...
In particular, Sarah Palin's clothing for her Vice Presidential candidacy. His analysis appears in the Huffington Post.
Emma Jordan has a Viewpoint piece in the American Banker today discussing the mortgage crisis. The full text of the article, Finding a Way Out of the Lending Crisis, is reprinted below: Wall Street financial wizards have conducted their businesses as though the complex financial products that...
The revised and expanded second edition of Larry Gostin's book, Public Health Law: Power, Duty, Restraint, has just been released by the University of California Press. The first chapter of this book, "A Theory and Definition of Public Health Law", has been posted to SSRN and BePress. Abstract:The...