Munger Tolles Proves Why We Still Need #MeToo
The news that a major law firm is requiring its summer associates to sign agreements to confidentially arbitrate sexual harassment claims underscores why we still need #MeToo.
A Case To Watch: Garza v. Hargan
One facet of the government's position in Garza v. Hargan got a laugh at the Supreme Court when the government raised it in another case.
Travel Ban 3.0 in Court (again)
A quick analysis of the differences between the Hawaii and Maryland district court decisions on the entry restrictions in "EO-3."
Travel Ban 3.0 in Court
A quick analysis of Judge Watson's order that temporarily restrained the latest set of entry restrictions.
Uphold the Oath
Federal employees are publicly reaffirming their loyalty, patriotism, and commitment to the Constitution.
Arizona’s Problems with Immigration Federalism
State officials are seeking out ways to intensify federal efforts to enforce immigration law, but they are thereby intensifying larger problems plaguing our national immigration system