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9 Dec 2021, 12:50 pm by Emily Dai
Jack Goldsmith issued the winter 2020 supplement for Bradley, Deeks, & Goldsmith, Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials (7th ed. 2020). [read post]
16 Aug 2021, 7:39 am by Ajay Sarma
  Jack Goldsmith argued that the Biden administration’s handling of the CDC election moratorium has negative impacts on its credibility. [read post]
14 Apr 2010, 7:24 pm by Kenneth Anderson
It is difficult to disagree with Goldsmith’s argument, empirically. [read post]
14 Apr 2010, 7:43 pm by Kenneth Anderson
It is difficult to disagree with Goldsmith’s argument, empirically. [read post]
6 Oct 2011, 8:45 am by Kenneth Anderson
 (I also agree with Jack Goldsmith, btw, that the real issues are domestic law authorities. [read post]
9 Aug 2023, 6:02 am by Josh Blackman
Jack Goldsmith writes that the D.C. indictment of Trump "may have terrible consequences. [read post]
5 Oct 2007, 4:23 am
Apparently, after Jack Goldsmith's departure, it returned to its previous posture of blessing anything the Administration wants blessed, just the opposite of the candid and independent advice that ethical lawyers are supposed to deliver to their clients. [read post]
6 Sep 2007, 11:00 am
If Jack Goldsmith's new book is correct, it seems some members of the Bush Administration legal team might benefit from this class. [read post]
27 Aug 2013, 10:54 pm by Will Baude
Ilya’s post about the unconstitutionality of a military intervention in Syria and Jack Goldsmith’s post about the problem under international law prompted me to wonder: Should we feel the same way about Presidential violations of domestic and international law, or are the two kinds of law morally different? [read post]
29 Sep 2013, 2:26 pm by Kenneth Anderson
 My quick take when the draft resolution was released on Thursday night is here at Opinio Juris; Jack Goldsmith comments at Lawfare and the Heritage Foundation’s Brett Schaefer and Baker Spring comment at National Review. [read post]
26 Jul 2017, 5:00 am by Benjamin Wittes
” Responding over the next two days, Jack Goldsmith argued that while “one or both men would be justified in resigning” given the president’s public vote of no confidence, “the resignation of the top two officials in DOJ would throw DOJ into more of a crisis than it already is in. [read post]
22 Mar 2012, 6:37 am by Mike Scarcella
That’s the theme former DOJ official Jack Goldsmith explores in his latest book, “Power and Constraint: The Accountable Presidency After 9/11. [read post]
16 May 2013, 3:31 am by Benjamin Wittes
A group of legal experts, including Robert Chesney of the University of Texas, Jack Goldsmith of Harvard, Matthew Waxman of Columbia and Benjamin Wittes of the Brookings Institution, has proposed that Congress consider revising the AUMF to authorize presidents to designate emerging al-Qaeda affiliates that pose a threat to the United States as covered by the force authorization. [read post]
17 Mar 2013, 7:31 pm by Jennifer Daskal
And yet, such an expansion lies at the heart of a proposal put forth in a Hoover Institution working paper released in February and co-authored by our friends Bobby Chesney, Jack Goldsmith, Matt Waxman, and Ben Wittes. [read post]
19 Jan 2010, 1:53 pm by charonqc
  Jack Straw, if he can pull a statutory instrument out of the hat before the May election, is at least making a start. [read post]
11 Jul 2020, 9:10 am by Jonathan H. Adler
As Jack Goldsmith and Matt Gluck found when they analyzed Trump's use of the pardon power: "Almost all of the beneficiaries of Trump's pardons and commutations have had a personal or political connection to the president. [read post]
13 Apr 2010, 9:26 pm by Sandy Levinson
It is difficult to disagree with Goldsmith's argument, empirically. [read post]
31 Oct 2014, 4:31 am by Amy Howe
  In a post at Lawfare, Jack Goldsmith argues that the Court should rule “that Congress lacked power to enact this bald foreign policy legislation under Article I” of the Constitution, thereby avoiding “the super-hard problem of defining the contours of exclusive presidential power based on the vague and uncertain textual materials in Article II. [read post]