Monthly Archives: March 2013

On speaking truth to Power (from July 2012) In my Northeastern law class yesterday, we talked about the law that protects individuals who complain about employment discrimination from retaliation. Over the past few years, the Supreme Court’s decisions have underscored the broad scope of this protection. Recently, … Continue reading

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Crime and Fantasy (The Charges Against Officer Valle)

Start by thinking about Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Literature reveals the human capacity to imagine the horrible. Psychiatrists and psychologists clock numerous hours listening to patients describe fantasies, sometimes lurid and violent ones. Private diaries include musings about terrible thoughts and … Continue reading

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