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8 Jan 2015, 10:20 am by David Orentlicher
” As Guido Calabresi and Philip Bobbitt observed in that book, society tries to... [read post]
24 Oct 2008, 9:29 pm
Meet Columbia law prof Philip Bobbitt -- no relation to John and Lorena Bobbitt, presumably -- who was recently profiled in the New York Observer: Through some combination of gossip, online stalking, hounding their teaching assistants and perusing the Facebook group "Phillip [sic] Bobbitt is Our Hero," students piece together the following:Professor Bobbitt, who is 60, arrived at Columbia only 18 months ago, after three decades at the… [read post]
22 Feb 2010, 5:29 pm by Lawrence Solum
Here is the abstract: Jamal Greene has suggested that much originalist argument be understood on the model of what Philip Bobbitt called ethical argument, meaning argument about the American constitutional ethos. [read post]
25 Jan 2008, 2:21 pm
  Whether or not "we are all ___ now" as constitutional law scholars, in the classroom we are all Philip Bobbitt now. [read post]
10 Jul 2013, 9:30 pm by Karen Tani
Financial Times has published a review, by Frances Fukuyama, of Philip Bobbit, The Garments of Court and Palace: Machiavelli and the World that He Made (Atlantic Books). [read post]
23 Jan 2020, 4:24 am
"From "Alan Dershowitz’s Strange Constitutional Arguments on Impoundment and Foreign Policy" by Philip Bobbitt (Lawfare).If we take Bobbitt's approach to heart, everything depends on what Trump had in his mind. [read post]
10 Nov 2009, 6:00 am
Columbia's Philip Bobbitt sued the law firm formerly known as Milberg Weiss this week for allegedly messing up a class action suit. [read post]
31 Jan 2013, 4:37 am by Benjamin Wittes
The latest come from Tod Lindberg, Amy Zegart, and Philip Bobbitt. [read post]
2 Dec 2008, 5:07 pm
This article builds on Philip Bobbitt's remarkable work in constitutional theory, which posits a practice-based constitution based in six accepted "modalities" of argument. [read post]
3 Mar 2018, 6:14 am by JB
The article explains the topical approach to constitutional argument and contrasts it with Philip Bobbitt’s well-known theory of “modalities” of constitutional argument. [read post]
3 Mar 2018, 6:14 am by JB
The article explains the topical approach to constitutional argument and contrasts it with Philip Bobbitt’s well-known theory of “modalities” of constitutional argument. [read post]
17 Feb 2008, 2:04 pm
   I love Philip Bobbitt's work in Constitutional Interpretation and Constitutional Fate, almost Talmudic in how it sees each issue from every side, and shows how every form of constitutional argumentation can be used for just about any substantive position. [read post]
31 Aug 2013, 12:19 pm by Jack Goldsmith
I have been hard on the President – on this blog last week, and today in the NYT – for what just about everyone (except Philip Bobbitt) thought was going to be his strike in Syria without congressional authorization. [read post]
24 May 2011, 1:32 am by Lawrence Solum
In it I offer a short primer on the modalities of constitutional argument, as Philip Bobbitt has described them. [read post]
19 Dec 2006, 7:47 am
Here is the abstract:In his recent book Constitutional Interpretation, Philip Bobbitt claims that the generally accepted modalities are how we understand the Constitution at the ground level, not how we later interpret it. [read post]
9 Oct 2011, 10:56 am by Kenneth Anderson
by Kenneth Anderson So concludes Philip Bobbitt, in an email comment to Ben Wittes, responding to his post on the question raised at Lawfare, here at OJ, and at Volokh, as well as in an opinion piece this morning by the New York Times public editor, Arthur Brisbane.   [read post]
23 Dec 2018, 2:30 pm by David Lat
[Boston Globe] * In this elegant essay, Jane Chong uses two notable new books -- To End a Presidency: The Power of Impeachment, by Laurence Tribe and Joshua Matz, and the updated edition of Charles Black's classic, Impeachment: A Handbook, with a new preface and additional chapters by by Philip Bobbitt (affiliate links) -- as the jumping-off point for reflections on impeachment, law, and politics. [read post]
11 Nov 2018, 3:43 pm by Guest Blogger
Bobbitt is the Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence and director for the Center for National Security at Columbia Law School. [read post]