By Jim Thompson
Joseph Blocher, co-faculty advisor to the Duke Law ACS Student Chapter, writes in The New York Times that implementing gun laws at the local level of government may provide an effective way forward in the broader debate about gun rights and regulation.
At The Atlantic, Gillian Thomas criticizes a loophole in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act that allows employers to restrict a job to men only or women only if they can reasonably prove that only one sex can effectively carry the duties of that profession.
At Salon, Amanda Barcotte blasts Abigail Fisher for her race-baiting Supreme Court case that seeks to bolster subpar white university applicants and avenge a personal grievance from almost a decade ago.
At the Global Legal Post, ACS Board of Directors member Reuben Guttman reviews Spotlight, a film about the use of private forums and sealed proceedings to resolve matters of potential public importance, and comments on the growing prevalence of mandatory arbitration clauses in the American legal system.
Public Justice’s Arthur Bryant speaks with CNBC about a longtime defect in a popular firearm. Public Justice’s legal action against the Remington Arms Company has forced the unsealing of voluminous documents that reveal the company has known for years that a defect in its model 700 rifle causes it to fire without the trigger being pulled.