A nationalized school curriculum would be bad enough if it were constrained to public schools, but the latest Common Core developments show that the purported “standards” threaten to standardize not just the curriculums of traditional public schools, but charter schools, … Continue reading
If you’re interested in CEQA reform, give a listen to this week’s Freakonomics podcast featuring Prof. Ed Glaeser. He discusses a number of environmental policies where messaging has outpaced the green credentials of policy, leading not only to waste, but … Continue reading
A woman ends her shift, puts on yoga clothes, and leaves work. She plans to stop for some frozen yogurt before heading to yoga class. But as she drives to the yogurt shop, she hits a motorcyclist. Is the employer … Continue reading
Free Enterprise Project — the Yogurt – Yoga – Work connection We filed this amicus brief in Moradi v. Marsh, where we are asking the California Supreme Court to take up the enigmatic work-to-yogurt-to-yoga connection. In this case an employee used … Continue reading
Pacific Legal Foundation is offering full-time summer law clerkships in its Sacramento headquarters. Clerkships run May 27 – Aug. 29, 2014 (although these dates are flexible if necessary).
We are looking to hire an experienced litigator for our Atlantic Center, located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Here is an excerpt from our job posting: … Continue reading
Yesterday, PLF filed a motion for summary judgment on behalf of our clients, People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners (PETPO), in their case challenging federal regulation of the Utah prairie dog. As our motion explains, Congress, and the federal … Continue reading