Munger Tolles Proves Why We Still Need #MeToo

3/25/18  //  Quick Reactions

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.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Sorry, Sessions: You Probably Can't Put Drug "Kingpins" to Death

3/23/18  //  Quick Reactions

Federal prosecutors who seek the death penalty in cases where no death results are inviting a constitutional challenge they’re likely to lose.

A Different Take On The New Cert Petition In Williams v. Louisiana

3/20/18  //  Quick Reactions

There's another reason the Court should take a close look at the cert petition in Williams v. Louisiana.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Fact-Checking Some Gaslighting On DACA

1/22/18  //  Quick Reactions

Some of the administration’s gaslighting is relatively low stakes. Its gaslighting about DACA is not.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

On The Ripeness of Potted Plants and Other Non Sequiturs

12/22/17  //  Quick Reactions

We offer a few quick reactions to yesterday's opinion dismissing one of the emoluments cases on standing grounds.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Daniel Hemel

University of Chicago Law School

Why Does DHS Need a Corporate Headhunter?

12/18/17  //  Quick Reactions

The LA Times has reported on a $300M deal between the Department of Homeland Security and Accenture. This is a major development.

Jon D. Michaels

UCLA School of Law

Trump's Dangerous Call to Open Criminal Investigations into Democrats

10/30/17  //  Quick Reactions

As a nation, we now find ourselves in uncharted territory.

Eli Savit

University of Michigan Law School

A Case To Watch: Garza v. Hargan

10/19/17  //  Quick Reactions

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.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Travel Ban 3.0 in Court (again)

10/18/17  //  Quick Reactions

A quick analysis of the differences between the Hawaii and Maryland district court decisions on the entry restrictions in "EO-3."

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Travel Ban 3.0 in Court

10/17/17  //  Quick Reactions

A quick analysis of Judge Watson's order that temporarily restrained the latest set of entry restrictions.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Trump's ACA Sabotage and the President's Constitutional Take Care Duty

10/17/17  //  Quick Reactions

The President has not even tried to suggest that he is using his power in the law's interest. Rather, he has boasted that he is using his power to kill it

Abbe Gluck

Yale Law School

The Ninth Circuit's Latest Order and The Zombie Travel Ban

9/7/17  //  Quick Reactions

And now what? We’re condemned to battle the zombie-like remains of this cruel order as it shuffles about the world for just a few more weeks, ruining lives and embarrassing our tradition of religious liberty.

Joshua Matz

Publisher

Uphold the Oath

9/7/17  //  Quick Reactions

Federal employees are publicly reaffirming their loyalty, patriotism, and commitment to the Constitution.

Jon D. Michaels

UCLA School of Law

Arizona’s Problems with Immigration Federalism

8/4/17  //  Quick Reactions

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

Bijal Shah

Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

A Small Glitch in a Bill to Protect the Special Counsel

8/3/17  //  Quick Reactions

Sometimes it matters where in the sentence you put 'only'

Charlie Gerstein

Civil Rights Corps