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News@Law, 01/06/2016

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Obama’s gun actions absolutely legal, profoundly right
An op-ed by Laurence Tribe. Earlier Tuesday, in a deeply moving speech that brought many, including the President himself, to tears, President Obama unveiled several executive actions intended to curtail the prevalence of gun violence in our nation. Beyond the concrete actions he described, he may have hoped to educate and persuade the public, quoting Martin Luther King Jr. about the "fierce urgency of now." Most Americans will recognize the common-sense steps announced today cannot prevent all gun abuse but will still welcome them as ways of reducing the continuing scourge of gun violence in this country. Most but not all...But if we take the time to examine exactly what President Obama is proposing, a crucial step that these critics seem to have skipped, we cannot avoid the conclusion that the measures he has outlined are well within his legal authority.
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The American Lawyer
Harvard Law School Through the Back Door?
Are you still licking the wounds of rejection from your first choice law school? Well, here's the dirty little secret of how you might still sneak through the back door: Apply again—as a transfer student...The news flash in all this? Harvard took in more transfer than ever before, even though the overall number of transfers nationally has been falling in the last two years. HLS's admissions dean, Jessica Soban, says the size of this year's transfer group jumped 20 percent because "the applicant pool had exceptional academic and professional strength."
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The Atlantic
What Comes After Email?
mail, ughhhh. ...Over the course of about half a century, email went from being obscure and specialized, to mega-popular and beloved, to derided and barely tolerated....And though email may be despised, it is still a cornerstone of the open web. “Email is the last great unowned technology,” said the Harvard law professor Jonathan Zittrain in an episode of the podcast Codebreaker in November, “and by unowned, I mean there is no CEO of email... it’s just a shared hallucination that works.”
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What If the Rapture of the Nerds Brings Marx’s Revolution?
...The hype’s been building for decades now: The robots will be like legions of outsourced Indian workers — smarter than you, cheaper and with kickass work ethics too. An Oxford University study in 2013 suggested that the automation of more and more work, from accounting clerks to the C-suite, could wreak havoc on nearly half of all American jobs in the coming decades...Nobody yet knows the contours of the looming labor upheaval. Experts debate how long it will take for automation to hit its stride and really start kicking us all in the nuts, the scope of its impact, even how many jobs will be lost and how many might be gained. But some among them argue that it’s not too early to think about what exactly the world will need to do when the great hiccup does come around. “There are a host of policy responses” that could address the looming transition, says Benjamin Sachs, professor of labor law at Harvard Law School, “none of which are easy — or modest.”
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