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Detecting dementia

Detecting dementia

November 21, 2020

Experts gathered this week to discuss the ethical, social, and legal implications of technological advancements that facilitate the early detection of dementia.

‘The Connected Parent’ offers guidance, insight into digital parenting

November 16, 2020
‘The Connected Parent’ offers guidance, insight into digital parenting

“The Connected Parent,” a new book by John Palfrey ’01 and Urs Gasser LL.M. ’03  is a practical guide for addressing concerns brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and navigating an increasingly digital world.

Reforming the Presidency

November 16, 2020
Reforming the Presidency

Jack Goldsmith speaks with the Bulletin about the most effective approach to regulating the executive branch, “the absolute low point” of presidential relations with the press, and the one issue on which he, an independent, and his co-author, a Democrat, could not agree.

Nudging organ donation in the United States

November 13, 2020
Nudging organ donation in the United States

Cass Sunstein ’78, Robert Walmsley University Professor and former Administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in the Obama administration, believes “Nudge theory” might help bridge the gap between supply and demand for organ transplants.

After a hard election, the real work begins

November 13, 2020
After a hard election, the real work begins

In a recent Harvard Gazette roundup, Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Phil Torrey and other university scholars, analysts, and affiliates took a look at what the election tells us about the prospects for greater unity and progress, and offered suggestions and predictions about where the new administration will, and should, go.

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

Scholarship@Law: Recent Scholarship by HLS Faculty

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Constitutional Dimensions of Predictive Algorithms in Criminal Justice

Jeannie Suk Gersen (with Michael Brenner, Michael Haley, Matthew Lin, Amil Merchant, Richard Jagdishwar Millett, Suproteem K. Sarkar & Drew Wagner)

Are there Common/Civil Law Differences and Precedent Effects in Judging Around the World? A Lab Experiment

Holger Spamann (with Lars Klöhn, Christophe Jamin, Vikramaditya Khanna, John Zhuang Liu, Pavan Mamidi, Alexander Morell & Ivan Reidel)

Universal Masking in the United States: The Role of Mandates, Health Education, and the CDC

I. Glenn Cohen (with Lawrence O. Gostin & Jeffrey P. Koplan)

Cheap-Stock Tunneling Around Preemptive Rights

Jesse M. Fried & Holger Spamann

Partisanship, Impeachment, and the Democratic Primaries: American Political Discourse, January – February 2020

Yochai Benkler (with Robert Faris, Justin Clark, Bruce Etling, Jonas Kaiser, Hal Roberts, Carolyn Schmitt & Casey Tilton)

On Overruling Chevron

Cass R. Sunstein
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