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News@Law, 12/14/2016

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Politico
Lessig: 20 Trump electors could flip
Larry Lessig, a Harvard University constitutional law professor who made a brief run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, claimed Tuesday that 20 Republican members of the Electoral College are considering voting against Donald Trump, a figure that would put anti-Trump activists more than halfway toward stalling Trump’s election. Lessig’s anti-Trump group, “Electors Trust,” has been offering pro bono legal counsel to Republican presidential electors considering ditching Trump and has been acting as a clearinghouse for electors to privately communicate their intentions. “Obviously, whether an elector ultimately votes his or her conscience will depend in part upon whether there are enough doing the same. We now believe there are more than half the number needed to change the result seriously considering making that vote,” Lessig said.
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MSNBC
Lessig: Electors May Have ‘Moral Reason’ Not to Pick Trump (video)
Lawyer Larry Lessig, who briefly ran for president in 2016, discusses why electors shouldn't vote for Donald Trump even though he handily won the electoral college.
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The National Law Journal
Liberal Law Profs ‘Lay Down a Marker’ on Constitutional Battles to Come
More than 40 liberal law professors sent a letter to President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday, voicing “great concern” with his commitment to the nation’s constitutional system and opposing the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama to be the next attorney general. The letter identified seven areas in which Trump has shown “complete ignorance or indifference toward constitutional values,”...Among the signers are...former federal judge Nancy Gertner of Harvard Law School...Most of the signers are board members or advisers to the liberal American Constitution Society, which posted the letter on its site Tuesday.
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The Harvard Crimson
Harvard Law’s ‘Path of Least Resistance’
...In October, second-year Law students Pete Davis and Nate Szyman launched an initiative called “The Third Century Project.” It challenges the dominance of corporate law firms in shaping Law School students post-graduate plans and aims to create a “Harvard Law School centered on legal vocation-building in the public interest.” The first stage of the students’ project, called HLS 200, asks students and faculty to identify inspiring alumni, current legal challenges, and goals for the future. The Law School student government has committed to supporting the initiative as their official bicentennial activity, student government president Nino Monea said.
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Vice
VICE News sues FBI
VICE News is suing the FBI, demanding the bureau release records related to its curious disclosures, behind-the-scenes actions, and apparent leaks in the days leading up to the U.S. presidential election. The wide-ranging Freedom of Information Act lawsuit was filed Tuesday morning in conjunction with Ryan Shapiro, a doctoral candidate at MIT and research affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. Earlier this month, VICE News and Shapiro filed more than 50 FOIA requests with the FBI seeking documents about the bureau’s discussions regarding Donald Trump, along with other documents that would shed light on the FBI’s decision a week before the election to tweet newly posted records from a long-dormant Twitter account about Bill Clinton’s 2000 pardon of financier Marc Rich.
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