Author Archives: Colin Starger
Volume 84 of the Tennessee Law Review features an article entitled “The Persistence of the Confederate Narrative” by Peggy Cooper Davis, Aderson Francois, and Colin Starger. The article has a special online Companion Atlas that you can find here.
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Last week I attended my first CALI conference — CALIcon16 at Georgia State University School of Law. Props to the organizers for putting together such an excellent program! For those that don’t know already, CALI is the Center for Computer-Assisted … Continue reading
Every year, a few Supreme Court cases make big headlines. Headline cases generally involve major constitutional issues or key disputes between actors on the socio-political stage or some other kind of drama that rivets the attention of the mainstream media. … Continue reading
Who’d a thunk it? The Orioles have the best record in the American League and retroactivity is batting a thousand at the Supreme Court this Term. It’s all very surprising. This strange streak started back in January. In Montgomery v. … Continue reading
In 2014, the late Justice Scalia concurred in judgment in a case called McCullen v. Coakley. Judgment was in fact unanimous — invalidating under the First Amendment a Massachusetts law which criminalized standing on a public road or sidewalk within thirty-five … Continue reading
Last week, we launched our new online SCOTUS mapping tool and noted that we had also created collection of citation networks for every case decided in the Court’s 2014 Term. Today’s post introduce this network collection by examining just one of its … Continue reading
After months of hard work, we here at In Progress are proud to announce the launch of a new online Supreme Court doctrinal mapping tool. A collaboration between the SCOTUS Mapping Project at the University of Baltimore and Free Law Project, … Continue reading