Daily Update

The Department of Justice will ask that the Supreme Court immediately review a district court ruling that required the government to continue the DACA program. In light of the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, commentators reflected on the President’s legacy on issues of race. The Office for Civil Rights within the Department of Education is rejecting discrimination complaints from transgender students. 22 state attorneys general have filed suit to enjoin the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality. A military doctor claims Trump got a perfect score on a test designed to identify cognitive impairment, concluding the president “does not suffer from mental issues that prevent him from functioning in office.”

Polarization, Deregulation, and Situational Legalism

1/16/18  //  Commentary

Highlights from a recent conference on deregulation in the Trump era

Zachary Price

U.C. Hastings College of the Law

Trump’s Racism

1/16/18  //  Commentary

In increasingly vile and shocking ways, Trump has proven himself an unreformed racist on the model of the authors of Massive Resistance.

Richard Thompson Ford

Stanford Law School

Bias and Privilege: The Two Sides of Racism

1/15/18  //  Commentary

Racial bias and white privilege both contribute to racism. To our country’s great detriment, Trump has displayed both of them.

Symposium on 'Constitutional Coup' by Jon Michaels

1/14/18  //  Latest Developments

Take Care is pleased to host a symposium on Constitutional Coup

Joshua Matz


Privatization’s Other Frontiers

1/12/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

By Kate Shaw: We must also focus on ideological outsourcing and privatization by state governments

Take Care

The Integrity Of The Net Neutrality Record And Deference

1/12/18  //  Commentary

The FCC was targeted for a misinformation campaign and then relied upon an uncorrected record to support its order undoing net neutrality protections. That might matter.

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law