Harvard professor and noted civil rights and international law expert Alan Dershowitz criticized the nuclear deal with Iran sharply on Sunday, saying that it "could become a Chamberlain moment" for President Barack Obama. "I don't think that this deal was motivated by any anti-Israel sentiment," Dershowitz told Breitbart News. Show More Summary
I’m on a train to New York from the Federalist Society conference in D.C., headed to do a debate on this subject organized by Intelligence 2 Debates. The debaters will be Sandy Levinson and Alan Dershowitz against Dave Kopel and me,Show More Summary
Dahlia Lithwick participated in a "celebrate" Israel trip for the National Council of Jewish Women. So why is the Times giving Lithwick Alan Dershowitz's autobiography to review?
The pro-Israel community is pushing back — hard — against the Obama-Kerry Iran deal. As Secretary of State John Kerry heads to the Hill for briefings, senators are getting an earful from friends of the Jewish state. Alan Dershowitz in the pages of left-wing Ha’aretz explained how extensive is the opposition to such an awful […]
Hey y’all, the nice people over at Politics and Prose have offered two free tickets to Alan Dershowitz‘ book signing tonight. Hooray! Dershowitz has been involved with a lot of craziness over the course of his career, but he has most recently become part of the team of lawyers advising Julian Assange. Show More Summary
Alan Dershowitz, activist, writer, maddening TV personality, and lawyer to such luminaries as O.J. Simpson, Mike Tyson, Leona Helmsley, Patty Hearst -and now Julian Assange -will be signing his new book tonight, Taking the Stand, at George Washington University’s Jack Morton Auditorium. Show More Summary
"Every year you see two or three [Harvard Law] students who you know are natural leaders. Everybody saw that with Barack Obama... Everybody saw that with Elena Kagan. There are students who come in with charismatic qualities who other people follow. Show More Summary
Why did the Times choose as the (surprise-- favorable) reviewer of Alan Dershowitz's autobiography a writer with close connections to Israel? Do they ever assign such books to Palestinians?
Noted defense lawyer, scholar, and pro-Israel advocate Alan Dershowitz has warned the Clintons that they will need to distance themselves from Sid Blumenthal unless he stops defending his son Max's anti-Israel book. The book, Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel, compares Israel to Nazi Germany. Show More Summary
For several years the Sydney Opera House has hosted a forum titled the Festival Of Dangerous Ideas, where pundits and personalities like Christopher Hitchens, Julian Assange, and Alan Dershowitz have appeared. At this year's event, Savage...Show More Summary
• Taking the Stand! Famed lawyer Alan Dershowitz talks about how he became a lawyer and the cases that changed America. • Are we being over regulated? Associate professor at Rutgers University (and Alan.com contributor) Stuart Shapiro discusses the effects of regulation.
Alan Dershowitz, one of America’s most well-known Constitutional scholars, told CNBC’s Larry Kudlow that there is no right to an abortion in the Constitution. The self-professed liberal told Kudlow: I can’t find anything in the Constitution...Show More Summary
by Calvin Freiburger October 23, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - Alan Dershowitz is not only one of the country’s most prolific legal commentators, he’s also one of the few to gain fans on both sides of the aisle. That’s because, despite being a self-professed liberal, Dershowitz exercises greater objectivity than…
Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz was on the receiving end of a blistering attack by Fox News Channel host Eric Bolling over the weekend during a heated argument over Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and the tactics he used to seek the defunding of the Affordable Care Act. “Do people actually pay,” Bolling asked, “to have you teach children?”
(Steven Hayward) While we wait for the dust to settle to get a clear view of the damage from the budget and debt deal currently hanging fire in Washington, I thought it worth taking note of Alan Dershowitz on CNN last night, who, while...Show More Summary
On Monday, Harvard Law School hosted a celebration of Prof. Alan Dershowitz’s fifty years of teaching with an entire afternoon of panel discussions featuring legal scholars, past students, and colleagues in the academy and the law. It...Show More Summary
Today I will have the honor of participating in a special Harvard Law School event honoring the career of Alan Dershowitz, the famous defense lawyer and legal scholar. I have been asked to speak specifically about his work as a teacher,...Show More Summary
The columnist has a priceless anecdote of a fact-checking query mistakenly left in a pre-publication book version sent out by Prof. Dershowitz’s publisher; also, why those who complain about being called celebrity lawyers should probably not call attention to lists of the famous people they’ve represented. Show More Summary
How will the death penalty come to an end in the United States? Alan Dershowitz makes a prediction. Continue reading » Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Tags: Alan Dershowitz, Alan M. Dershowitz, Books, Capital Punishment, Constitutional Law, Death Penalty, Evan J. Show More Summary
Reviewed here by Alan Dershowitz, who says: In “The Great Dissent,” Thomas Healy, a professor of law at Seton Hall Law School... postulates that a chance encounter with Learned Hand — then a district court judge — on the train between New York and Boston planted the seed that eventually blossomed into Holmes’s full-blown defense of free speech. Show More Summary