The OSB Or Con Law section’s Spring 2010 newsletter is an eye-popping 73 pages – that’s not a newsletter, that’s a book!
If you want to immerse yourself in some heavy, but interesting reading, here’s a link to the newsletter’s PDF. (I can’t promise that the link won’t change, so remember the link to the OSB Constitutional Law Section website.)
There is a lot of information in this issue:
1) Ed Trompke discusses a recent Fourth Amendment case where Judge Garr King analogized file-sharing on iTunes over an unsecured wireless network to “leaving one’s documents in a box marked ‘take a look’ at the end of a cul-de-sac.”
2) Greg Chaimov provides an update on legislative action from the February 2010 session.
3) Les Swanson evaluates two recent Oregon Supreme Court decisions.
4) An outline of Oregon constitutional law cases from 2009, including a 2010 update on three of those 2009 cases.
(And don’t forget this year’s upcoming 2010 Constitutional Law Day!)