If I want to practice, could I get job if my "specialization" was Constitutional Law and if so, what kind of job could I do? For instance, I think there's Civil Lawyers, a Criminal Lawyer, Tax Attorney and etc. J.B. Thanks. I'd like to make money but I'd ... Read More
Chair: Professor Martin Scheinin, European University Institute Welcome: Professor Barak Medina, Dean, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University Ms Justice Dorit Beinisch, President, the Supreme Court of Israel Mr Didier Maus, Conseiller dEtat; President, the International Association of Constitutional Law Professor Claude Klein, Hebrew University: "The modernity of a constitutional question" Dr. Sharon Weintal, Hebrew ... Read More
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Cameras are everywhere today: In convenience stores, at intersections, the workplace, your computer, your cellphone, ATM machines. There's even been a camera in news anchor Katie Couric. Yet there's one place cameras have never been allowed: The U.S. Supreme Court. Just what are Supreme Court justices hiding beneath their robes ... Read More
Tim Lynch (CATO Institute) and Jay Sekulow (American Center for Law and Justice) discuss the constitutionality of federal health care programs with Judge Andrew Napolitano. http://www.LibertyPen.comDuration : 0:6:57 ... Read More
Obama might be able to use an executive order as president but no executive order, presidential veto will trump the House of Representatives ability to choose to not fund or "appropriate funding" for any of Obama's lame programs. There is no constitutional basis for the president to legislate using executive orders. ... Read More