• Analysis

The ruling is a win for Trump. But its ultimate significance for the legal battle over the travel ban remains uncertain.

  • Opinion

My new article provides an early assessment of President Obama's legacy for constitutional law.

  • Opinion

Why courts should not defer to the government in cases involving these issues any more than in other constitutional cases.

  • Opinion

The court concluded that Trump's latest travel ban targets Muslims in much the same way as its predecessors did.

  • Opinion

The court found that Travel Ban 3.0 has many of the same flaws as its predecessor. It is just the beginning of what will likely be a prolonged legal battle over the new travel ban.

  • Opinion

The Supreme Court has dismissed one of the travel ban cases currently before it. But litigation over the issue is certain to continue.

  • Opinion

By criminalizing and regulating as much as we do, we imperil the rule of law.

  • Opinion

It remains vulnerable to many of the same legal challenges.

  • Analysis

The brief I coauthored on behalf of a cross-ideological group of legal scholars explains why the Bill of Rights limits federal power over immigration, and the courts should not give the president any special deference in this field.

  • Analysis

A federal court ruled against two of the three conditions Attorney General Jeff Sessions sought to impose on sanctuary cities receiving federal funds from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant program. The case has important implications for both federalism and separation of powers.

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