A sad au revoir.
I think this op-ed turned out to be provocative.
My account of what Gonzales v. Raich should have said.
What do you get if you apply the scientific method to fictional magic?
"If we are to regard the founding generation as being worthy of contemporary political lionization ... then we must consider those who marched at Selma to be so, too."
The Supreme Court issue of the NYU Journal of Law and Liberty is out.
Another way to think about Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.
Attorney General Holder says "there is a limit to what the Justice Department can accomplish on its own," but that doesn't seem true in this case.
An insightful note by a former student.
I’ve recently published some articles that suggest that the Court ought to be more transparent in its non-merits orders work (here and here). So I think it’s quite important to note a recent way in which the Court is doing just that. This month, the Court has started making the filings in Supreme Court disciplinary […]