Critical Inquiry: A Tool for Protecting the Dissident Professor’s Academic Freedom

This comment concerns the Sixth Amendment Confrontation Clause and seeks to justify why courts consistently find an autopsy report not subject to the right to confrontation under the new test created by the Supreme Court in Crawford v. Washington. The current test turns on a statement’s classification as “testimonial”; testimonial statements require confrontation, but non- […]

The Myth of International Delegation

There is a growing and misinformed sense in some quarters that the United States and other countries have engaged (and continue to engage) in delegations to international institution that involve a significant threat to domestic sovereignty. Concerns about such delegations come from academics (John Yoo: “Novel forms of international cooperation increasingly call for the transfer […]