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20 Feb 2019, 10:32 am by admin
New York,3 that the Supreme Court matter-of-factly held that the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment was “of course” applicable to the states.4 To justify incorporation, Penn Central cited only one 19th century case, which itself did not mention the Fifth Amendment.5 Before Penn Central, the Court relied on the Due Process Clause to restrict the scope of state taking power. [read post]
27 Jan 2019, 9:46 am by Andrew Delaney
I did see the Chairboy of the Board sing “New York, New York” at Belmont Park once. [read post]
19 Nov 2018, 11:56 am by Anushka Limaye
A selected Federal Government candidate will be assigned to the equivalent of Executive Schedule Level V. [read post]
2 Nov 2018, 7:40 am by Andrew Hamm
News essay, Chief Justice Rehnquist continued to fear the influence of clerks,” as Adam Liptak wrote for The New York Times in 2008. [read post]
28 Aug 2018, 4:44 am by Betty Lupinacci
  Justice Earl Warren wrote in Braunfeld v. [read post]
5 Jun 2018, 6:11 pm by Mark Graber
  The New York Court of Appeals gave Palmer the proverbial finger. [read post]
11 Dec 2017, 3:00 am by Garrett Hinck
Supreme Court last cited one of its pieces in McDonald v. [read post]
26 Jul 2017, 11:02 am by Bridget Crawford
Among the new members are these academics: CaliforniaColleen V. [read post]
20 Jul 2017, 11:00 am by Jane Chong
The most important book ever written on presidential impeachment is only 69 pages long. [read post]
24 Jun 2017, 8:15 am by Alfred Brophy
For nineteen years, he also taught during the summers at Fordham Law School in New York. [read post]
12 Jun 2017, 10:32 am by Francisco Macías
  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2012. [read post]
9 Jun 2017, 2:56 am by NCC Staff
 After his retirement in 1986 and subsequent death in 1995, the New York Times’ Linda Greenhouse noted that the Burger Court had a complicated legacy. [read post]
6 Jun 2017, 6:44 am by Mark Walsh
“It is beyond dispute that he would have rushed to the ramparts had he lived to see the concomitant attack on the rule of law and the courts that is now occurring,” John Sexton, the president emeritus of New York University and former dean of its law school, said in the courtroom where Burger presided from 1969 until 1986. [read post]
20 Apr 2017, 4:18 am by Edith Roberts
’” In The Atlantic, Garrett Epps argues that “the cases of two Arkansas inmates, Don William Davis and Bruce Earl Ward, sentenced to death by courts in that state” have raised the stakes in McWilliams v. [read post]