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12 Feb 2009, 5:07 am
[Editor's Note: My colleague Amanda Frost has examined (and rejected) separation of powers concerns in this setting. [read post]
3 Mar 2015, 3:36 am by Amy Howe
  The case will also be the topic of this morning’s Diane Rehm Show (radio); guests will include this blog’s own Amanda Frost. [read post]
29 Apr 2020, 9:13 pm by Samuel Bray
Zach Clopton, Amanda Frost, Suzette Malveaux, and Alan Trammell filed an amicus brief that defends nationwide injunctions with arguments from the history of equity (including the bill of peace and privity), the history of writs at common law (e.g., mandamus), and preclusion doctrine. [read post]
8 Feb 2012, 3:08 pm by Kenneth Anderson
(I signed one, despite my general reservations about scholars’ amicus briefs (drawing upon Richard Fallon’s article, which I have blogged about here at VC, including a response by Amanda Frost), mostly because I know this subject matter very well and believed that if called upon, I could have drafted the brief I signed myself.) [read post]
19 Feb 2013, 6:03 am by Sarah Erickson-Muschko
In an academic highlight for this blog, Amanda Frost summarizes contributions by Professor David Kaye, the main author of an amicus brief submitted on behalf of ten scientists which supports neither side but rather “seeks to inform the Court of the possible medical and social significance of the DNA stored in law enforcement databases. [read post]
17 Sep 2018, 9:30 pm by Ronald M. Levin
Professor Amanda Frost and other scholars have advanced credible policy arguments that militate in favor of a more receptive attitude toward national injunctions. [read post]
16 Jan 2020, 9:05 pm by Alana Bevan
WHAT WE’RE READING THIS WEEK In an article for the New York University Law Review, Professor Amanda Frost of American University Washington College of Law defended the ability of district courts to issue nationwide injunctions—court orders that bar the government from enforcing federal laws against anyone, not just the plaintiff. [read post]
1 Mar 2013, 6:15 am by Rachel Sachs
 This blog featured post-argument commentary on the case from Roger Clegg, Ellen Katz, and Abigail Thernstrom, as well as an academic highlight by Amanda Frost that focuses on Akhil Amar’s recent essay online at the Harvard Law Review. [read post]
4 Oct 2016, 11:55 am by Daniel Bush
The solicitor general’s office, though it has exclusive access to internal government data, “is not a neutral purveyor of facts,” said Amanda Frost, a law professor at American University. [read post]
17 Jun 2014, 5:33 am by Amy Howe
” Briefly: In an op-ed for the Baltimore Sun, Amanda Frost discusses last week’s decision in the immigration case Scialabba v. [read post]
6 Jul 2012, 7:12 am by Rachel Sachs
At this blog, Amanda Frost analyzes the legal scholars and scholarship surrounding this case. [read post]
4 Feb 2015, 8:44 am by NCC Staff
In addition to the co-chairs, the Advisory Board members will include: Akhil Amar, Yale University Randy Barnett, Georgetown University Richard Beeman, University of Pennsylvania James Ceaser, University of Virginia Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, University of California – Irvine Michael Dorf, Cornell University Pamela Edwards, Jack Miller Center Richard Epstein, New York University Amanda Frost, American University Robert George, Princeton University John Harrison, University of… [read post]
6 Oct 2009, 7:34 am
The December execution of Kenneth Biros is still on schedule, but could be pushed back as well if more time is needed to develop a backup lethal injection protocol, said Strickland spokeswoman Amanda Wurst. [read post]
3 Feb 2017, 12:02 pm by Andrew Kent
Critics of nationwide injunctions by the lower federal courts cite the strong incentive of plaintiffs to forum shop (which clearly occurred in the DAPA case and many other instances); the unfairness of a single district judge blocking nationwide a statute or executive policy for up to several years while litigation and appeals drag on; the possibility of conflicting decisions if other lower courts don’t heed the injunction and reach a different result; and, as Amanda Frost… [read post]
21 Mar 2012, 3:48 pm by Steve Vladeck
About five years ago, Amanda Frost and I started the "Junior Federal Courts Faculty Workshop" as an opportunity for up-and-coming Federal Courts prawfs to get to present work with senior commentators, and also to come see what our colleagues are up to.   [read post]
24 Sep 2019, 7:08 am by Samuel Bray
.* As Amanda Frost has noted, the current debate over the universal injunction is as much a debate over the proper role of the federal courts as it is a debate over the scope of equitable remedies: "Are courts primarily intended to resolve disputes between the parties, or do they also declare the meaning of federal law for everyone? [read post]
2 Aug 2008, 11:54 pm
"Absolutely," answered professor Amanda Frost of American University Washington College of Law, who has done scholarly work on the recusal issue and has testified in Congress on it as well. [read post]
22 Apr 2018, 1:30 pm by Marty Lederman
”I am not going to go into much detail here about the merits of the “global injunction” question, which have been extensively debated in a series of recent articles by scholars such as Sam Bray, Amanda Frost, Zayn Siddique, and Howard Wasserman. [read post]
4 Sep 2010, 11:03 am by Tom Goldstein
You are now using the new SCOTUSblog, which internally we call “SCOTUSblog 4.0.”  [read post]