LegalEyes for February 25, 2015

February 25, 2015

by Caroline Cox

Katrina vanden Heuvel writes in The Washington Post that there is reason to hope for significant criminal justice reform

In USA Today, Richard Wolf explains the religious discrimination case against retailor Abercrombie & Fitch, which asks to the Supreme Court to consider whether job applicants must ask for religious accommodations or the employer should recognize the need for them.

David Welna reports for NPR on how the Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA interrogation and detention techniques has changed arguments for terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay.

Scott Dodson discusses Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her impact on the Supreme Court and modern jurisprudence at Hamilton and Griffin on Rights.

In The New York Times, Katie Zernike reports on a New Jersey judge’s ruling that Governor Chris Christie broke the law by not making full pension payments.

Mark Joseph Stern takes a look in Slate at new plans from state legislatures to tackle the problem of rape on college campuses.