Author Index Christopher Keleher

Defining Lewdness

By Christopher Keleher
January
2022
Article
, Page 38
Lower courts are largely rudderless in an era of smartphones and selfies when it comes to defining lewdness and child pornography.

Don’t Go There…Yet

By Christopher Keleher
September
2018
Article
, Page 36
Default judgments and dismissals with prejudice should only result from persistent misconduct and after less onerous enforcement options and warnings have failed.

The Perils of Unpaid Internships

By Christopher Keleher
December
2013
Article
, Page 626
As courts grapple with whether unpaid internships violate minimum wage laws, businesses - including law firms - should review their programs.

District of Columbia v Heller: The Death Knell For Illinois Handgun Bans?

By Christopher Keleher
August
2008
Article
, Page 402
The U.S. Supreme Court's robust reading of the right to keep and bear arms places handgun-banning ordinances in peril.

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