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16 Nov 2018, 7:23 am by Rick Hasen
Post from LIsa Manheim There are the laws on the books, and the laws in practice. [read post]
8 Apr 2017, 7:36 pm
" Law professor Lisa Marshall Manheim will have this essay in the Sunday Review section of tomorrow's edition of The New York Times. [read post]
12 Apr 2017, 10:09 am by Reproductive Rights
Both Adam Liptak and Lisa Marshall Manheim agree that we will see little... [read post]
22 Feb 2018, 5:18 am by Joe Hodnicki
From the blurb for The Limits of Presidential Power: A Citizen’s Guide to the Law (Manheim & Watts, Jan. 11, 2018) by Lisa Manheim and Kathryn Watts: This one-of-a-kind guide provides a crash course in the laws governing the President of the United States. [read post]
17 May 2016, 9:43 am by Rick Hasen
I just had a chance to read Lisa Manheim’s excellent article, forthcoming in the Iowa Law Review. [read post]
2 Apr 2019, 11:38 am by Rick Hasen
Lisa Manheim and Elizabeth Porter have posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Supreme Court Review . [read post]
9 May 2016, 7:06 am by Rick Hasen
Lisa Manheim has posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Georgia Law Review). [read post]
25 Sep 2020, 9:07 am by Rick Hasen
Lisa Marshall Manheim has posted this draft of SSRN (forthcoming, Vanderbilt Law Review). [read post]
25 Jan 2018, 8:01 pm by NCC Staff
Lisa Manheim is an associate professor of law at the University of Washington School of Law and co-author of a recently published book, intended for lawyers and non-lawyers alike, called The Limits of Presidential Power: A Citizen’s Guide to the Law. [read post]
30 Sep 2016, 6:31 am by Howard Wasserman
I am happy to introduce Josh Douglas (Kentucky), Ned Foley (Ohio State-Moritz), Lisa Manheim (Washington), Michael Morley (Barry), Bertrall Ross (Berkeley) and Franita Tolson (Florida State). [read post]
28 Mar 2018, 2:00 am by mes286
Emory University School of LawLisa Marshall Manheim, Associate Professor of Law, University of Washington School of Law, presents today her paper entitled Reviewing Executive Orders. [read post]
28 Sep 2020, 7:29 pm by Sabrina I. Pacifici
Manheim, Lisa Marshall, Presidential Control of Elections (June 1, 2020). [read post]
31 Jan 2019, 2:23 pm by Mary Whisner
Now there's a page about Emergency Powers—listing a variety of material from short articles to videos to books—in our Presidential Power guide.A great place to start learning about presidential power is The Limits of Presidential Power: A Citizen's Guide to the Law, by Professors Lisa Manheim and Kathryn Watts. [read post]
20 Feb 2018, 12:07 pm by Danielle Lewis
UW Law's professors Lisa Manheim and Kathryn Watts wrote a book The Limits of Presidential Power: A Citizen's Guide to the Law to provide the answer to these and many other questions you might have, and all in straightforward language. [read post]
28 Oct 2016, 3:45 pm by Rick Hasen
Blog post: It will be interesting to see how the District Court in New Jersey responds. [read post]
26 Jan 2018, 2:38 am by Lana Ulrich
We the People podcast also just hosted a debate between Lisa Manheim and Josh Blackman reviewing one year of President Trump and the Constitution. [read post]
20 Oct 2016, 4:33 am by Edith Roberts
” At PrawfsBlawg, Lisa Manheim predicts that if the Democrats win both the presidency and a majority in the Senate, “the Senate will change its rules to allow Supreme Court nominees to be confirmed without the possibility of a filibuster … rather than attempt to reach bipartisan compromise over the next Supreme Court confirmation. [read post]
1 Feb 2015, 10:35 am by Guest Blogger
  A brieffiled by William Eskridge, John Ferejohn, Charles Fried, Lisa Marshall Manheim and David Strauss explains why a textualist analysis of the law would compel the Court to rule for the government. [read post]
3 Mar 2015, 8:58 am
One such amicus brief was filed on behalf of a prominent list of legal academics who focus on questions of statutory interpretation and administrative law: William Eskridge, John Ferejohn, Charles Fried, Lisa Marshall Manheim, and David Strauss. [read post]