Volume 63, Issue 3

Limiting the Pardon Power

Although our government is said to be one of checks and balances, the president’s power “to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States” appears to be unlimited.…
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Animal Rights and the Victimhood Trap

Legal academics recognize that as a general rule, there is no concept so novel and original that it is not a subset of some other well-established, preexisting academic debate. The…
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The Right to Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic

States have responded to the novel COVID-19 pandemic by restricting interstate travel through mandatory quarantines. These actions may have violated the right to travel protected by the Privileges and Immunities…
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