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4 Dec 2019, 9:00 am by Masha Simonova
This interpretation is similar to that of Andrew Kent, Jed Shugerman and Ethan Leib in their article “Faithful Execution and Article II,” in which they argue that this clause imposes a “duty of fidelity” on the president. [read post]
14 Sep 2019, 12:20 pm by John Mikhail
  To celebrate the book and its authors, the Center held a symposium at Georgetown that featured critical responses to A Great Power of Attorney by Ethan Leib and Jed Shugerman, Richard Primus, Suzanna Sherry, and myself. [read post]
13 Jun 2019, 9:15 pm by Alana Bevan
Constitution may impose limits on the power of the President to act out of private self-interest or against the direction of Congress, according to a Harvard Law Review article by professors Andrew Kent, Ethan Leib, and Jed Shugerman of Fordham University School of Law. [read post]
A soon-to-be-published article by one of us (Kent), co-authored with Ethan Leib and Jed Shugerman, shows that the plain or dictionary meaning of the Take Care Clause in 1787 was consistent with a specialized meaning that had developed over the centuries in Anglo-American law. [read post]
14 May 2019, 12:10 pm by Lawrence Solum
Tal Kastner (New York University School of Law) & Ethan J. [read post]
2 May 2019, 10:52 am by Tom Smith
Written by Andrew Kent, Ethan Leib, and Jed Shugerman, the paper, which is being published in the Harvard Law Review, sheds new light on the Clause. [read post]
29 Apr 2019, 8:21 am by Quinta Jurecic
Jack Goldsmith and John Manning have studied the “protean” nature of the clause and the many contradictory interpretations that courts have adopted; here, Mueller’s analysis has some resemblance to the understanding set out by Andrew Kent, Ethan Leib and Jed Shugerman, who argue that the Take Care Clause imposes a “duty of fidelity” on the president. [read post]
28 Apr 2019, 7:09 pm by Ethan Leib
The opinion has received no shortage of criticism, including by the three well-articulated dissents and responses on this blog by Ethan Leib and Tal Kastner. [read post]
24 Apr 2019, 9:01 pm by Ethan Leib
As Ethan Leib and I explore in Contract Creep, forthcoming in the Georgetown Law Journal, scholars and judges widely accept that so-called “sophisticated party” transactions should be treated differently than consumer or employment transactions involving individuals. [read post]
27 Dec 2018, 6:59 pm by Anthony Gaughan
Scholars have offered a range of opinions on the issue, including Eric Muller, Richard Epstein, Michael McConnell, Andrew Kent, Ethan Leib, and Jed Shugerman, but no consensus has yet emerged. [read post]
30 Nov 2018, 8:31 am by Joe Hodnicki
From the abstract for Andrew Kent, Ethan J. [read post]
10 Oct 2018, 7:34 am by Andrew Kent
New Light on the Original Meaning of Article II of the Constitution A new paper I co-authored with Ethan Leib and Jed Shugerman suggests that these views are deeply inconsistent with the original meaning of Article II of the Constitution. [read post]
21 Aug 2018, 4:45 am by Lawrence Solum
Stephen Galoob (University of Tulsa College of Law) & Ethan J. [read post]
20 Jun 2018, 11:53 am by Philip Bobbitt
” (Professors Jed Shugarman and Ethan Leib have presented a different argument regarding self-pardons and the Take Care Clause, available here.) [read post]