"Emotionally Objective: Federal Rule of Evidence 403 and Emotions Influencing Jury Decision Making," 7 Geo. Undergraduate L. Rev. 31 (2021). Abstract: The only individual right inscribed in the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights is the right to a trial by jury. By vesting fact-finding in a jury of one’s peers, the American … Continue reading Emotionally Objective: Federal Rule of Evidence 403 and Emotions Influencing Jury Decision Making
ABSTRACT This comment was written in anticipation of the Supreme Court’s decision in B.L. v. Mahanoy Area School District. In a previous landmark case, the Court held that a school could regulate students’ on-campus speech if certain criteria apply. In Mahanoy, the Court was tasked with determining whether Tinker applies outside the school walls and … Continue reading Tinker in the Digital Age: Regulating Students’ Off-Campus Speech While Complying with the First Amendment
Author: Shauli Bar-On, J.D. Candidate, 2023
Policy paper produced while working as a Research Intern for Voice of Specially Abled People (VOSAP).
The American Moot Court Association awarded this appellate brief the #7 prize in the country out of 120+ submissions. It was co-written by Shauli Bar-On and Harmon Gill. Read it by clicking here.
This paper was written for the Sinai Scholars Symposium, where I -- along with nine other national finalists -- was invited to present to a panel of academics at the annual Sinai Scholars Symposium on April 15, 2018. The paper was also published in the annual Sinai Scholars Academic Journal. To read the paper, click … Continue reading Comparing Jewish Legal Philosophies with Modern American Law (Sinai Scholars Academic Symposium National Finalists Paper)