Critical race theory and law and economics: A clash of titans, or an emergent alliance? Hosts Adam Hassanein and Deb Malamud ask experts in the field how different these legal frameworks really are—and what they have in common. Guests: William H.J. Hubbard (U. Chicago Law) & Jonathan Feingold (Boston U. Law).
According to David Zaring, President Trump's judicial appointees are younger and spent less time in private practice—and more in politics—than past administrations' appointees.
Lindsay Milliken details the history of a promising (and forgotten) regulatory avenue for addressing high-skilled labor shortages in the United States.