Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Analysis

Analysis of federal court decision blocking California confiscation of magazines.

  • Opinion

A careful response from someone who is actually quite familiar with the subject matter.

  • Opinion

Under D.C. Circuit precedent, the political question doctrine prevents consideration of legal challenges to drone strikes overseas.

  • Opinion

A debate about legal ethics at the Supreme Court.

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The administration is trying to exclude refugees and people with close relatives in the US, whom it is required to admit under the Supreme Court's decision partly upholding the preliminary injunction against the travel ban.

  • Opinion

On the whole and with legally imposed hard limitations, sharia courts, using Islamic law, can adapt to the American experience.

  • Opinion

Empirical research on how lower courts apply Chevron deference.

  • Opinion

Little-known fact: The word "pistol" comes to English indirectly from Czech.

  • Opinion

We don't need a business-as-usual surge.

  • Saikrishna Bangalore Prakash
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  • War on Terror
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  • Jun 29, 2017
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Seems clearly right to me, given the logic of Matal v. Tam (the Slants case).

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