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6 Mar 2022, 8:15 pm by Omar Ha-Redeye
The appellant instead relied on O’Connor v. [read post]
4 Mar 2022, 7:09 am by Bonnie Shucha
On the latest episode of the WI Law in Action podcast from the UW Law Library, host Kris Turner interviews UW Law School’s William Voss-Bascom Professor Anuj Desai. [read post]
27 Feb 2022, 11:33 am by admin
Meltzoff, William Peria & Geoffrey R. [read post]
18 Feb 2022, 6:30 am by Guest Blogger
It may be too late for us, given the rigors of Article V in an age of extreme polarization, to think of starting from scratch. [read post]
15 Feb 2022, 7:48 pm by William Jaksa
McNeill, 2000 CanLII 4897 The post The Rule in Browne and Dunn – the confrontation rule appeared first on William Jaksa. [read post]
14 Feb 2022, 9:01 pm by Michael C. Dorf
Roberts, the author of the notorious 2013 ruling in Shelby County v. [read post]
9 Feb 2022, 12:02 pm by Katherine Pompilio
Adam Chan discussed how the decision in Torres v. [read post]
7 Feb 2022, 7:01 am by Jack Goldsmith, Oona Hathaway
Authors’ note: This post draws on an amicus brief we submitted in support of the pending petition for certiorari in Edgar v. [read post]
4 Feb 2022, 4:32 am by Samarth Desai
And as Justice William Brennan wrote in New York Times Co. v. [read post]
26 Jan 2022, 11:11 am by Amy Howe
As Rory Little observed, that office has “yielded an unusual share of prominent federal judges and Justices over the past half century,” including the late Justice Antonin Scalia and the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist. [read post]
21 Jan 2022, 3:00 am by Jim Sedor
Lawmakers Coming Under Increased Threats – Sometimes from One Another Yahoo News – Rebecca Beitsch (The Hill) | Published: 1/17/2022 A little over a year after the violent attack on the Capitol, threats targeting lawmakers have only increased alongside a surge of violent speech shared online and even inside the building. [read post]
20 Jan 2022, 2:01 pm by John Elwood
But even the majority acknowledged that, “[a]s the dissent cogently points out, it makes little sense to force a party to undergo a burdensome administrative proceeding to raise a constitutional challenge against the agency’s structure before it can seek review from the court of appeals,” and it said that if the court “were writing on a clean slate, [it] would agree with the dissent. [read post]