- Justia, Inc.Editor, 2011 - present
- Lambda LegalSummer Intern, 2010 - 2010
- Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall)Law, 2008 - 2011
- Rice UniversityPsychology, 2003 - 2006
- St. Mark's School of Texas1995 - 2003
The real boy crisis: 5 ways America tells boys not to be “girly”
Mocking boys for doing "feminine" things leaves them ill-equipped for life, and makes America a worse place for all
The Imminent Demise of Section 2 of the Defense of Marriage Act
Justia columnist and attorney David Kemp discusses the recent grant of a temporary restraining order by a federal judge in Ohio, effectively
A Case Against the Six-Person Jury for Serious Crimes
In light of debate surrounding the recent Zimmerman murder trial and its six-person jury, Justia columnist and attorney David Kemp discusses
Miranda’s Public Safety Exception: How It Does and Does Not Affect the E...
Justia columnist and attorney David Kemp discusses Miranda warnings and the proposed reliance on the “public safety” exception in the case o
A U.S. appeals court rules Prop. 8 unconstitutional
California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled today. The ban remains in effect, ho
Serving Foreign Defendants via Facebook: Is A New York-Based Federal Dis...
Justia columnist and attorney David Kemp discusses a judge’s recent ruling that permitted the Federal Trade Commission to issue service of p
Going to the Show: The Supreme Court Will Consider Validity of Same-Sex ...
Justia columnist and Hofstra law professor Joanna Grossman comments on the two upcoming U.S. Supreme Court cases relating to same-sex marria
Facebook’s Mandatory Couples Pages: The Site’s Creating Them May Be Lega...
Justia columnist and U. Washington law professor Anita Ramasastry comments on the new couples pages feature on Facebook, which aggregates a
Autonomous Cars and Surgical Robots: A Discussion of Ethical and Legal R...
Justia columnist and attorney David Kemp comments on the legal and ethical issues raised by self-driving cars and surgical robots. He descri
False Tweets During a Crisis: Why They May Go Unpunished
Justia columnist and attorney David Kemp comments on the now-notorious false tweets regarding Hurricane Sandy sent by Shashank Tripathi (Tri
The U.S. Supreme Court Considers Dog Sniffs and the Fourth Amendment
In the first in a two-part series of columns, Justia columnist and Cornell law professor Sherry Colb comments on the constitutional issues r
Is Cellphone Tracking Okay If There’s No Trespass? A Sixth Circuit Panel...
In Part One in a two-part series of columns on an interesting set of Fourth Amendment issues, Justia columnist and Cornell law professor She
Assessing California’s New Law (And Others Somewhat Like It) That Tries ...
Justia columnist Vikram Amar and Justia guest columnist Alan Brownstein, both U.C., Davis law professors, comment on California’s law attemp
Teaching (and Learning) About United States v. Alvarez, the Stolen Valor...
Justia columnist Vikram Amar and Justia guest columnist Alan Brownstein, both U.C., Davis law professors, discuss the Supreme Court’s decisi
Why the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) Is Not the...
Justia guest columnist Anjali Dalal, Postdoctoral Associate in Law and Google Fellow, Information Society Project at Yale Law School, commen
How the Government May, and May Not, Punish People’s Thoughts and Words
Justia columnist and Cornell law professor Sherry Colb comments on instances in which the criminal law punishes people’s thoughts and/or wor