The Long-Term Costs of Trump’s Racism

8/6/19  //  Commentary

Trump’s racism will have lasting consequences on our legal and political culture.

Kyle Skinner

Harvard Law School

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Communications Infrastructure as Public Utility

8/5/19  //  In-Depth Analysis

The Second Circuit's ruling against President Trump for banning critics on Twitter invites a broader discussion about how legally to structure and regulate our increasingly digital public sphere.

K. Sabeel Rahman

Demos & Brooklyn Law School

Versus Trump: Trump v. Everyone Who Wants His Taxes

8/1/19  //  In-Depth Analysis

This week on Versus Trump, Jason and Charlie are back from a hiatus to discuss the President's lawsuit against New York State and the House Ways and Means Committee, both of whom—he says—may be conspiring to release his New York State tax returns. Listen now!

Charlie Gerstein

Civil Rights Corps

Jason Harrow

Equal Citizens

Supreme Court 2018 Term in Review: Waaaaay Too Soon to Say that Kavanaugh-for-Kennedy Was Not a Game Changer

7/31/19  //  In-Depth Analysis

We have only just begun to see the true nature of Roberts Court version 8

Michael C. Dorf

Cornell Law School

Can Congress Investigate Whether the President Has Conflicts of Interest, is Compromised by Russia, or Has Violated the Law?

7/29/19  //  In-Depth Analysis

The President's lawyers are urging courts to hold that Congress’s oversight and regulatory authorities simply don't extend to investigating the wrongdoing, foreign influence over, and possible conflicts of interest of, the President of the United States. That's wrong.

Marty Lederman

Georgetown Law

The House Has Already Opened an Impeachment Investigation Against Trump

7/26/19  //  Commentary

The Constitution’s text and structure — supported by judicial precedent and prior practice — show that impeachment is a process, not a single vote

Joshua Matz

Publisher

Requiem for a Lone Star Bail-in

7/25/19  //  In-Depth Analysis

The three-judge district court overseeing the Texas redistricting litigation has held that Texas should not be 'bailed-in' under Section 3(c) of the Voting Rights Act. That's a very worrisome development. Here's why.

Travis Crum

University of Chicago

Ask Mueller about Indicting a President: The Legal Error at the Heart of his Cryptic Report

7/23/19  //  Commentary

Let's not have unrealistic expectations of Mueller dropping bombshells. But if Congress is going to hold hearings, it should ask these questions.

Jed Shugerman

Fordham Law School

Announcing ... Strict Scrutiny

7/23/19  //  Quick Reactions

There's a new podcast in town, about the Supreme Court and the legal culture that surrounds it.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

A Memorandum of Misunderstanding

7/22/19  //  Commentary

Mueller didn't indict Trump because DOJ policy prohibited him from doing so. That same policy points to the need for impeachment.

Versus Trump: The Past And Future Of Gerrymandering

7/18/19  //  Commentary

This week on Versus Trump, Jason and Easha are joined by guest host Melissa Murray of NYU Law and the new Strict Scrutiny podcast. They discuss the recent Supreme Court decision on gerrymandering (Rucho v. Common Cause), what's next in the fight, and where you can find Melissa's wonderful new podcast. Listen now!

Jason Harrow

Equal Citizens

Easha Anand

San Francisco

The Second Circuit Applied the First Amendment to President Trump, Not All of Twitter

7/16/19  //  Uncategorized

A federal appeals court just applied the First Amendment to President Trump on Twitter. That’s not the same as applying the First Amendment to all of Twitter.

The Rise of the Know-Nothing Judge

7/15/19  //  Commentary

Know-Nothing judges may drape themselves in the robes of judicial modesty, but they are activists to the core. And they may decide the fate of health reform.

Nick Bagley

University of Michigan Law School

The Costs Of The Census Debacle

7/15/19  //  Quick Reactions

Even though the administration ultimately caved and chose not to include a citizenship question on the census, its two-week flirtation with including a citizenship question on the 2020 census had significant costs.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Robert Bork’s America is Becoming Donald Trump’s America

7/15/19  //  Commentary

As President Trump puts additional judges on the federal courts for life and continues his own extreme policies, Bork’s America is coming to life more and more as Trump’s America.

Elliot Mincberg

People For the American Way