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10 Apr 2023, 6:30 am by ernst
  DRE.]Professor Ernst's Remarks: Mark Tushnet is famously prolific. [read post]
17 Nov 2007, 10:59 am
The Legal Theory Bookworm recommends Weak Courts, Strong Rights: Judicial Review and Social Welfare Rights in Comparative Constitutional Law by Mark Tushnet. [read post]
27 Feb 2008, 12:51 am
Rebecca Tushnet (Georgetown University - Law Center) has posted Gone in 60 Milliseconds: Trademark Law and Cognitive Science (Texas Law Review, Vol. 86, p. 507, 2008) on SSRN. [read post]
2 Dec 2016, 8:54 pm by lennyesq
Harvard law professor Mark Tushnet says he isn’t bothered by his inclusion on a conservative group’s new watch list of leftist professors. [read post]
20 Mar 2014, 9:30 pm by Dan Ernst
  It's "The History of US Administrative Law," and it will be taught by Mark Tushnet, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, the author of, among many other books, Making Constitutional Law: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court, 1961-1991. [read post]
17 Aug 2021, 5:40 am by Howard Bashman
“The New York eviction moratorium decision and the problems of the shadow docket”: Mark Tushnet has this post at the “Balkinization” blog. [read post]
1 Jan 2009, 8:23 am
See also additional analysis by Lyle Denniston, Jack Balkin, Mark Tushnet, and Akhil Amar and Josh Chafetz.... [read post]
26 Feb 2021, 8:46 am by Brian Leiter
Via my colleague Will Baude on Twitter, I came across this interesting conversation between Louis Michael Seidman (Georgetown) and Mark Tushnet (Harvard) reflecting on their... [read post]
5 Jul 2007, 2:07 pm
At Balkinization, Mark Tushnet has this analysis of Justice Kennedy's concurring school integration opinion, in which Tushnet concentrates on the legal ramifications of "Part I" of the opinion. [read post]
4 Feb 2011, 10:05 am by Steve Bainbridge
So I was particularly interested to read the very end of a recent paper Mark Tushnet posted on SSRN, recently, Harry Kalven and Kenneth Karst in the Supreme Court Review: Reflections after Fifty Years. [read post]
5 Dec 2022, 6:00 am by Kelly Goles
This year’s event featured Harvard Law School William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law emeritus Mark Tushnet in an interview with University of Virginia School of Law Dean Risa Goluboff. [read post]
26 Apr 2022, 2:00 am by Katharine Van Tassel
Mark Tushnet (Harvard Law School), Trust the Science But Do Your Research: A Comment on the Unfortunate Revival of the Progressive Case for the Administrative State, SSRN (2022): This Essay offers a critique of one Progressive argument for the administrative... [read post]
10 Sep 2021, 5:50 am by Howard Bashman
“Some Not Very Focused Preliminary Thoughts About the Shadow Docket (But Leading Up to Some Fundamentals about Constitutional Law)”: Mark Tushnet has this post at the “Balkinization” blog. [read post]
12 Apr 2010, 7:54 am by anna su
Mark Tushnet now suggests that not only President Obama appoint another Protestant to the Supreme Court to replace Justice Stevens but to appoint an openly gay one. [read post]
18 Jun 2014, 8:41 pm by John Steele
Excerpt: In much the same realist mindset, Professor Mark Tushnet flagged the practical and constitutional significance of the public interest-litigant aspect of Button.... [read post]
18 Nov 2011, 2:33 pm by Orin Kerr
Suzanna Sherry responds to Kahan here, and Mark Tushnet responds as well here. [read post]
5 Jun 2008, 6:06 pm
Moderated by conference chair Mark Tushnet, it features the line-up of Kathleen Clark (WashU), Joseph Margulies (Northwestern), Sai Prakash... [read post]
21 Sep 2020, 2:05 pm by Howard Bashman
Also at that blog, Mark Tushnet has a post titled “The Two Sides to a Supreme Court Nomination. [read post]
11 Jun 2009, 1:06 pm
Yes, says Mark Tushnet, in this interesting essay, and see his Opinio Juris posts here and here. [read post]
7 Oct 2020, 7:02 am by Brian Leiter
There's a lot of commentary here, a lot of it fanciful, but Mark Tushnet (emeritus, Harvard Law) cuts to the chase and probably gets it right: With a newly constituted Supreme Court, we’re not going to see dramatic changes in... [read post]