I have joined an amicus brief in Horne v. Department of Agriculture, an important Supreme Court case that will decide the question of whether the federal government's seizure of large quantities of raisins qualifies as a taking that requires compensation under the Fifth Amendment. The brief is on behalf a group of constitutional and property law scholars.
If you think the Obama Administration's recent hostility to Israel results from Bibi's unwise pre-election comments, you haven't been paying attention--which is exactly what the administration hopes.
New papers by Rotunda and Elhauge on King v. Burwell and its implications for administrative law.
Judith Shulevitz on the efforts to insulate college students from challenging ideas.
No, private universities that get federal funds don't thereby become bound by the First Amendment (though they are bound by some federal laws, such as Title VI of the Civil Rights Act).
Political theorist Jason Brennan - a leading academic critic of compulsory voting - weighs in on the debate over President Obama's endorsement of the idea.