11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

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May a court require that attorneys be racially diverse?

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"Can hunting endangered animals save the species?"

That is the title of an excellent 60 Minutes segment that aired on Sunday evening.  The story shows how the hunting of exotic game species in Texas has led to … ›

Rep. Markey gets it wrong

Last month, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service issued a draft joint policy statement on how the agencies would interpret the phrase “significant … ›

X2 Ninth Circuit briefing completed (for now)

Last week, the Coalition for a Sustainable Delta, Kern County Water Agency, State Water Contractors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority, and Westlands Water … ›

What are Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum supporters reading?

Apparently, they’re fans of The Right to Earn A Living.

Law students: only a few days left to apply for Koch Fellowships!

The deadline for applying for a Koch Fellowship (which can help fund a summer clerkship at Pacific Legal Foundation) is January 31!

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›

School Choice Week: the best answer to a multiple choice problem

What is the goal of School Choice Week?  The official slogan of School Choice Week is: “Shining a spotlight on effective education options for every child.”  In essence, then, the … ›

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11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

The title of this article is a bit off. For more on PLF’s role in Magner v. Gallagher go here.

May a court require that attorneys be racially diverse?

Of course, the answer is no, but that is precisely what the Southern District of New York did in Blessing v. Sirius XM Radio.  PLF filed a brief today arguing … ›

"Can hunting endangered animals save the species?"

That is the title of an excellent 60 Minutes segment that aired on Sunday evening.  The story shows how the hunting of exotic game species in Texas has led to … ›

Rep. Markey gets it wrong

Last month, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service issued a draft joint policy statement on how the agencies would interpret the phrase “significant … ›

X2 Ninth Circuit briefing completed (for now)

Last week, the Coalition for a Sustainable Delta, Kern County Water Agency, State Water Contractors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority, and Westlands Water … ›

What are Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum supporters reading?

Apparently, they’re fans of The Right to Earn A Living.

Law students: only a few days left to apply for Koch Fellowships!

The deadline for applying for a Koch Fellowship (which can help fund a summer clerkship at Pacific Legal Foundation) is January 31!

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›

School Choice Week: the best answer to a multiple choice problem

What is the goal of School Choice Week?  The official slogan of School Choice Week is: “Shining a spotlight on effective education options for every child.”  In essence, then, the … ›

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11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

The title of this article is a bit off. For more on PLF’s role in Magner v. Gallagher go here.

May a court require that attorneys be racially diverse?

Of course, the answer is no, but that is precisely what the Southern District of New York did in Blessing v. Sirius XM Radio.  PLF filed a brief today arguing … ›

"Can hunting endangered animals save the species?"

That is the title of an excellent 60 Minutes segment that aired on Sunday evening.  The story shows how the hunting of exotic game species in Texas has led to … ›

Rep. Markey gets it wrong

Last month, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service issued a draft joint policy statement on how the agencies would interpret the phrase “significant … ›

X2 Ninth Circuit briefing completed (for now)

Last week, the Coalition for a Sustainable Delta, Kern County Water Agency, State Water Contractors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority, and Westlands Water … ›

What are Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum supporters reading?

Apparently, they’re fans of The Right to Earn A Living.

Law students: only a few days left to apply for Koch Fellowships!

The deadline for applying for a Koch Fellowship (which can help fund a summer clerkship at Pacific Legal Foundation) is January 31!

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›

School Choice Week: the best answer to a multiple choice problem

What is the goal of School Choice Week?  The official slogan of School Choice Week is: “Shining a spotlight on effective education options for every child.”  In essence, then, the … ›

11 attorneys general file brief to protect discriminatory housing practices

The title of this article is a bit off. For more on PLF’s role in Magner v. Gallagher go here.

May a court require that attorneys be racially diverse?

Of course, the answer is no, but that is precisely what the Southern District of New York did in Blessing v. Sirius XM Radio.  PLF filed a brief today arguing … ›

"Can hunting endangered animals save the species?"

That is the title of an excellent 60 Minutes segment that aired on Sunday evening.  The story shows how the hunting of exotic game species in Texas has led to … ›

Rep. Markey gets it wrong

Last month, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service issued a draft joint policy statement on how the agencies would interpret the phrase “significant … ›

X2 Ninth Circuit briefing completed (for now)

Last week, the Coalition for a Sustainable Delta, Kern County Water Agency, State Water Contractors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority, and Westlands Water … ›

What are Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum supporters reading?

Apparently, they’re fans of The Right to Earn A Living.

Law students: only a few days left to apply for Koch Fellowships!

The deadline for applying for a Koch Fellowship (which can help fund a summer clerkship at Pacific Legal Foundation) is January 31!

Questions on race and affirmative action for the candidates

Roger Clegg, President and General Counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has posted an article over at National Review Online titled “Questions for the Candidates.” In it he notes … ›

School Choice Week: the best answer to a multiple choice problem

What is the goal of School Choice Week?  The official slogan of School Choice Week is: “Shining a spotlight on effective education options for every child.”  In essence, then, the … ›