//  6/13/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

Take Care is pleased to host a symposium on To End A Presidency: The Power of Impeachmenta new book by Larry Tribe & Joshua Matz.   

To Save Democracy

Larry Tribe & Joshua Matz | 6/5/18

Introducing a symposium on our new book, 'To End A Presidency: The Power of Impeachment.'

Risk-Risk Tradeoffs in Presidential Impeachment

David Pozen | 6/6/18

Presidential impeachment involves risk-risk tradeoffs. While some of these risks might be mitigated, and while all deserve to be identified and weighed, the basic dilemma is inescapable.

There Are No Shortcuts For A Democracy In Crisis: On The Limits Of Impeachment Talk.

K. Sabeel Rahman | 6/7/18 

The hard work of saving the republic turns not on an exotic legal procedure but on the mundane, yet high-stakes work of politics itself

How Do We Check the President?

Erwin Chemerinsky | 6/8/18

If impeachment is impossible and even talk of impeachment can be destructive, how do we check a president who is violating the Constitution?

The Federal Courts and the Road to Impeachment

Steven Vladeck | 6/11/18

We must think more carefully about the role that federal courts can and should play at earlier stages of what may become impeachment investigations 

Discretion and the Impeachment Power

Brianne Gorod | 6/12/18

There are many ways in which this presidency is unlike so many that preceded it—and those differences are relevant to decisions about impeachment

Impeachment as Punishment

Andrew Crespo | 6/12/18

There is an important connection between impeachment and criminal law. Not in technical or legalistic doctrinal nuances, but rather in the core purposes underlying these two domains.

Insubordination and Impeachment

3/4/19  //  Commentary

The widespread executive branch practice of ignoring Trump's statements—or treating them as merely advisory—has saved him from potentially dire political consequences

Joshua Matz


Laurence H. Tribe

Harvard Law School

Don’t Let Impeachment Dominate Politics

2/22/19  //  Latest Developments

It is surely ironic for the authors of a book about impeachment to warn about the risks of too much focus on impeachment. But that's what we do in our latest Atlantic essay.

Joshua Matz


Laurence H. Tribe

Harvard Law School

When (if Ever) Must the House Impeach the President?

12/12/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

A response to Cass Sunstein's analysis of this question

Laurence H. Tribe

Harvard Law School