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Ethan M. Simon of Blank Rome. Ethan M. Simon of Blank Rome.

There were no less than two front page mass shootings this month. Communities typically look to their legislators to address gun violence, but the courts may also have a role to play, even if they don’t know it yet. This article discusses the evolving doctrine of judicial privilege and the subtle role the privilege may play in making communities safer.

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