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Jonathan H. Adler

Jonathan H. Adler is the inaugural Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation at Case Western University School of Law. He teaches teaches constitutional, administrative, and environmental law. He clerked for Judge David B. Sentelle on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and is a Senior Fellow at the Property & Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Montana.

Jonathan H. Adler's Articles

President Obama Tells College Students the Cold Truth

"If you want to make life fair, then you’ve got to start with the world as it is."

- May 09, 2016

How the FDA Is Helping Big Tobacco and Encouraging Teen Smoking

New regulations on e-cigs are a boon for tobacco companies, while banning teen vaping will likely increase teen smoking. 

- May 06, 2016

Institute for Justice Co-founder Appointed to AZ Supreme Court

Clint Bolick is a notable libertarian public interest lawyer, advocating constitutional protection of property rights and economic liberty.

- January 07, 2016

Political Bias Overtakes Racial Bias

Politics is exceeding race as a social fault line; universities are making the problem worse by promoting viewpoint conformity.

- December 18, 2015

Academia’s Rejection of Ideological Diversity Has Consequences

The ideological imbalance that pervades academia fosters groupthink and undermines critical thinking. 

- November 06, 2015

Is Ohio's Initiative the Worst Way to Legalize Pot?

Are there better ways to legalize pot than creating a drug cartel and enshrining it in the state constitution?

Did Kim Davis Need to Go to Jail?

The Kentucky clerk violated citizens' civil rights and defied a court order, but the judge didn't need to lock her up. 

- September 09, 2015

Justice Scalia Explained Why Kim Davis Should Issue Marriage Licenses or Find a New Job

Government employees don't have a right to not do their jobs. 

- September 03, 2015

The Marketplace Relies Upon Commercial Free Speech

The government is waging war against alcohol labeling and advertising.

- October 01, 1992

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