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Julie Hilden
Libel by Twitter? The Suit Against Kim Kardashian over the "Cookie... (Julie Hilden, for FindLaw's Writ) -- Twitter's famous 140-character limit for "tweets" – that is, posted comments – has a number of advantages, such as allowing readers...Read More »

Julie Hilden
A Federal Appeals Court Wrongly Allows A Public High School to Ban... (Julie Hilden, for FindLaw's Writ) -- Can a public high school ban its students from wearing T-shirts bearing printed messages, unless those messages support the school or...Read More »

Anita Ramasastry
Should Courtroom Proceedings Be Covered Via Twitter? Why the Better... (Anita Ramasastry, for FindLaw's Writ) -- Celebrities, journalists, and ordinary people alike now use Twitter to keep others informed about their lives and activities. Twitter...Read More »

Joanne Mariner
A First Look at the Military Commissions Act of 2009, Part Three (Joanne Mariner, for FindLaw's Writ) -- Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, arrested on Friday after he apparently tried to blow a hole in a Northwest Airlines jet, is now facing...Read More »

Marci Hamilton
The Constitutional Fight Over Holiday Symbols, and the So-Called... (Marci Hamilton, for FindLaw's Writ) -- Recently, the ACLU threatened to sue Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, for putting a crèche and menorah on its courthouse lawn during...Read More »
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