Books about law are often utilitarian. But perhaps sometimes we should embrace sublime uselessness.
Tag: Legal Studies
“Every single one of my articles has come from a question or a situation or a conversation with somebody who was either currently incarcerated or had been incarcerated.”
A behind-the-scenes look at what Public Books editors and staff have been reading this month.
"I see disadvantaged defendants’ cultivated expertise as accurate, even though it is often invalidated and punished."
Every day at one of the over four thousand colleges and universities in the United States, some eager individual is denied the opportunity to speak to college students ...