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24 Sep 2019, 1:14 pm by Kalvis Golde
The discussion will feature Roman Martinez of Latham & Watkins, NYU Law’s Richard Pildes and Amy Howe of “Howe on the Court,” moderated by NYU Law’s Deborah Malamud. [read post]
28 Jun 2019, 4:21 am by Edith Roberts
” At Balkinization, Rick Pildes describes the decision as “a powerful example of what I call an ‘institutionally realist’ approach to judicial review of executive branch action. [read post]
10 Jun 2019, 7:30 am by Sandy Levinson
 (Obviously, this calls into deeper question the continuing relevance of Madison, especially in light of the critique offered several years ago by Richard Pildes and Darryl Levinson of Madison in terms of "separation of parties" rather than of "powers. [read post]
7 Jun 2019, 6:11 am by Bob Bauer
First-rate scholars have argued a range of failures, including Richard Pildes’s contention that Mueller abdicated a “core responsibility” in declining to reach a judgment on obstruction of justice and Jack Goldsmith’s argument that the Mueller report misapplied the law governing a president’s exposure to liability for obstruction.. [read post]
1 Apr 2019, 3:54 am by Edith Roberts
” At the Election Law Blog, Richard Pildes notes that “several Justices raised questions about whether partisan-gerrymandering challenges implicitly appeal in one way or another to a baseline of proportional representation (PR),” but he points out that “political scientists have long understood that a system of single-member districting, such as we use for Congress, should not be expected to produce PR. [read post]
29 Mar 2019, 4:10 am by Edith Roberts
” At the Election Law Blog, Richard Pildes notes that “several Justices raised questions about whether partisan-gerrymandering challenges implicitly appeal in one way or another to a baseline of proportional representation (PR),” but Pildes points out that “political scientists have long understood that a system of single-member districting, such as we use for Congress, should not be expected to produce PR. [read post]
20 Feb 2019, 7:42 am by Howard Bashman
” And at the “Lawfare” blog, Richard H. [read post]
29 Nov 2018, 8:58 am by Neil H. Buchanan
  In any case, I have learned a great deal from the recent non-debate between Professors Michael Dorf and Richard Primus, which they have waged this month here on Dorf on Law and on Take Care. [read post]
20 Jun 2018, 6:48 pm by Anthony Gaughan
As Professor Richard Pildes explained in a New York Times op-ed yesterday, “The court’s rejection of statewide challenges in the Wisconsin case will make gerrymandering litigation more complex. [read post]
20 Jun 2018, 4:10 am by Edith Roberts
” Additional commentary and analysis come from Justin Levitt in an op-ed for The Washington Post, Richard Pildes in an op-ed for The New York Times, Mark Joseph Stern at Slate, Vann Newkirk at The Atlantic, Eric Segal in an op-ed for NBC News, Galen Druke at FiveThirtyEight, Carolyn Shapiro in an op-ed at The Hill, Thomas Mann at Brookings, Medium’s Flippable blog, Jeffrey Toobin at The New Yorker, and Walter Olson at the Cato Institute’s Cato at Liberty blog, who… [read post]
31 May 2018, 8:08 am by Nicholas Stephanopoulos
Whitford: Richard Pildes recently suggested that while the Supreme Court may begin subjecting partisan gerrymanders to … Continue reading → [read post]
25 May 2018, 11:32 am
Contents include:Special Issue: Margin of Appreciation and Democracy: Human Rights and Deference to Political Bodies Shai Dothan, Margin of Appreciation and Democracy: Human Rights and Deference to Political Bodies Richard H Pildes, Supranational Courts and The Law of Democracy: The European Court of Human Rights Yuval Shany, All Roads Lead to Strasbourg? [read post]
22 May 2018, 7:57 am by Anthony Gaughan
Richard Pildes explained on Election Law Blog yesterday, it’s possible that Kennedy has only joined the conservatives in Gill for the purpose of dismissing the case on narrow standing grounds. [read post]
22 May 2018, 4:31 am by Edith Roberts
” At the Election Law Blog, Richard Pildes observes that after yesterday’s October-sitting opinion from Justice Neil Gorsuch, “it is most likely that Chief Justice Roberts is writing the opinion for the Court in [partisan-gerrymandering case Gill v. [read post]
17 May 2018, 4:26 am by Edith Roberts
At the Election Law Blog, Richard Pildes maintains that the partisan-gerrymanding cases currently before the court exhibit “much starker, more extreme records of partisan intent than in the two major prior cases from past decades,” and he “wonders whether a majority of the Court will find it so easy to permit all this to continue without any judicial constraint. [read post]