Constitutional Law

In its treatment of Ronald Sullivan, Harvard Chooses Political Correctness Over the US Constitution

Harvard University said this week that Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., a law professor who has represented disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein would not continue as faculty dean of Winthrop House, an undergraduate house after his term ends on June 30, cowing to months of pressure from students. The professor, Ronald S. Sullivan Jr., and his […]

Criminal Law

Lawyering vs. Extortion

Lawyer Michael Avenatti has enjoyed some time in the spotlight. As the one-time lawyer for Stormy Daniels, one of President Trump’s mistresses, Avenatti quickly became the darling of the cable news circuit. Quick on his feet with a sharp wit, he would bounce from show to show and dominated the news cycle for months and […]

Constitutional Law

Jury Selection in the Age of Trump

Judges often tell jurors that the word “verdict” comes from the Latin words for “speaking the truth” and that a trial is therefore a search for the truth. But what happens when you try a case in this “post-truth” world we live in? How do you address facts and evidence with folks who believe there […]