Law schools in the US today have become depressingly single-purpose.
We have no choice but to open up a larger role for the private sector in devising new rules of the game.
Among the things we urgently need to learn more about is not just how artificial intelligence works, but how humans work.
Originally published by the LA Times on September 17 2017 My house burned down in the Oakland firestorm of 1991, along with almost 3,000 others.
It is one of the most powerful three-letter words in the English language, with its implications for liberty, justice and order. But law at its most fundamental
David Brooks has a piece today in the NYT today asking whether markets work for health care. He looks at data about what economists have found