For Unions, Membership Gap Tells Tale of Legislative Failures

Irina Baranova

The persistent gap between public- and private-sector union membership revealed by new federal data offered a sobering counterpoint to unions’ strike-fueled victory lap last year—even as it hardened organized labor’s resolve to push through changes to U.S. labor law before the midterm elections. The overall rate of union membership in […]

A tale of two criminal law systems

Irina Baranova

In my experience, there are three broad reasons why people choose to subject themselves to the expensive hazing ritual more commonly known as law school: 1) those who have no idea what they want to be when they grow up but figure lawyers are generally well-respected and make a lot […]