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Modern Law #5


Modern Law

February 27 · Issue #5 · View online

Legal news everyone should know

Can anyone sustain a newsletter about the law without talking politics? Tune into the resurrection of Modern Law to find out. I don’t plan on talking about Trump, at least not directly. 
I don’t want this thing to be an outlet for my political positions. It’s a way to express what I find interesting as the law evolves. So while you may see references to politics or Trump in the links I share, don’t expect political commentary one way or the other. 
One more thing: most issues will be limited to 5 links, but this one has a few extra because it’s been a while and I’m celebrating a new commitment to getting it out to you once (or even twice) every week.
If for some crazy reason you want politics and daily newsletters from me, consider subscribing to my other newsletter at

Duterte targets Philippine children in bid to widen drug war — Reuters
Fake News Is About to Get Even Scarier than You Ever Dreamed — Vanity Fair
Antonin Scalia: His Wisdom Recalled on the Anniversary of His Death — National Review
Digitizing and organizing your receipts — The Sweet Setup
ICC Communication About Australia's Mistreatment of Refugees — Opinio Juris
One of the World's Biggest Fisheries Is on The Verge of Collapse — National Geographic
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Whoah, you read to the end! I wish I had a prize for you, but I don’t. You’ll have to settle for being better-informed on important legal news than most people you know, probably including the lawyers ; ).
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