mark.kende at DRAKE.EDU
Tue Feb 22 16:14:29 PST 2005
Does anyone know the status of Ashcroft II which was remanded. 124 S.Ct.
2783 (2004). This is the Internet speech case involving the Child On-line
Protection Act. Was there or is there going to be a trial in the district
court? Any help would be appreciated as soon as possible. Offline replies
are fine. Thanks! Mark Kende
At 11:21 AM 1/28/2005, Paul Finkelman wrote:
>Tulsa Law REview had one a few years ago and it led to a book edited by
>our former dean, Martin H. Belsky.
>Thomas Keck wrote:
>>I'm trying to come up with a reasonably comprehensive list of published
>>law journal symposia on the Rehnquist Court. This would include symposia
>>addressing the Court as a whole, symposia addressing one particular theme
>>in the Court's jurisprudence (e.g., the 2001 Duke LJ symposium on "the
>>Constitution in exile"), and symposia addressing one particularly
>>significant Rehnquist Court decision (e.g., the 1995 Michigan LR
>>symposium on U.S. v. Lopez).
>>If anyone would like to promote (or self-promote) your favorite such
>>symposium, now's your chance. If you send your replies off-list, I'd be
>>happy to post a summary to the list.
>>Thomas M. Keck
>>Department of Political Science
>>Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
>>100 Eggers Hall, Syracuse University
>>Syracuse, NY 13244-1090
>>(315) 443-5862 (ofc)
>>(315) 443-9082 (fax)
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Professor Mark Kende
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James Madison Chair, Drake Law School
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