Ensuring the President “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed”
Anti-Muslim animus on the face of the second travel ban requires clear proof that the third one is free of such bigotry.
The government is arguing it can deprive noncitizens of their legal rights simply by making it too difficult and painful to vindicate those rights.
U.C. Irvine School of Law
Trump’s potential violations of free speech and press have much in common with his apparent violations of other constitutional limits
Michael C. Dorf
Cornell Law School
By the time you read this, the heart of the so-called 'travel ban' will probably be no more.
There's reason to be wary of the argument that Congress has to “unambiguously” state funding conditions in the text of statutes.
Will the President’s own words mean nothing to the Court, even as they mean everything to millions affected by his order?
On this week’s episode of Versus Trump, we discuss a major new lawsuit that challenges President Trump's announced revocation of the DACA immigration program. Listen now!
Civil Rights Corps
With the threatened rescission of DACA, it is all the more important that courts enforce statutory and constitutional limits on executive authority.
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.
Dreamers should invoke administrative law to block Trump's DACA decision
University of Chicago Law School
Analysis of the Ninth Circuit's latest travel ban argument (and some personal reflections).
The Trump administration will invoke whatever views of statutes and executive power maximize cruelty towards the foreign nationals he and his supporters most despise.
Cities need to be recognized as constitutional actors in their own right, worthy of protection and capable of self-determination.
Richard C. Schragger
UVA School of Law
Like so much of what Trump has done, the Arpaio pardon raises multiple challenges to our constitutional system.
This pardon by this most abnormal president threatens the rule of law