What About the Free Speech Clause Issue in Masterpiece?

6/13/18  //  Commentary

Robert Post of Yale Law considers the status of free speech objections to serving same-sex couples in light of the Court's opinion.

Robert Post

Yale Law School

The Federal Courts and the Road to Impeachment

6/11/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

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

Stephen Vladeck

University of Texas

The Supreme Court’s Upside-Down Decision In Masterpiece

6/7/18  //  Quick Reactions

By Nelson Tebbe & Larry Sager: Now is the time to solidify our understanding of Masterpiece, because other wedding vendor cases are still pending in the Supreme Court and in lower courts.

Nelson Tebbe

Brooklyn Law School

Masterpiece Cakeshop– A Troublesome Application Of Free Exercise Principles By A Court Determined To Avoid Hard Questions

6/7/18  //  In-Depth Analysis

A system that threatens to overturn any administrative decision that appears tainted – even harmlessly – by signs of religious bias is one that will inevitably favor religious interests over other concerns

Robert W. Tuttle

George Washington University Law School

Ira C. Lupu

George Washington University Law School

Fury and Despair over the Masterpiece Cakeshop Ruling are Misplaced

6/6/18  //  Quick Reactions

Justice Kennedy makes an open-ended call for tolerance and compromise in his opinion. For that, he should be commended

Jennings v. Rodriguez, Immigration Sins Of the Past, And The Forced Separation Of Families

6/6/18  //  Commentary

Jennings v. Rodriguez underscores how prior administrations, with the agreement of the federal courts, argued for expansive authority over immigration and immigration detentions that were ripe for abuse.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

A Puzzle about Standing (and the Affordable Care Act)

6/6/18  //  Commentary

A group of states has filed a new constitutional challenge in an effort to bring down health reform. But do they have standing to sue?

Nick Bagley

University of Michigan Law School

Masterpiece Cakeshop: The Loss that is a Win

6/5/18  //  Quick Reactions

In some cases, the public perception of a case — not its actual holding — is what is most important.

Amanda Shanor

The Wharton School

Ducking Day at the SCOTUS

6/5/18  //  Commentary

There are times when strategic ducking makes sense practically if not strictly legally

Michael C. Dorf

Cornell Law School

Masterpiece Cakeshop And The Entry Ban

6/4/18  //  Quick Reactions

In Masterpiece Cakeshop, Justice Kennedy tells us a lot about why the Court should reject the government's arguments on the First Amendment claim in the entry ban case.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Legal Innocence and Federal Habeas

5/22/18  //  Commentary

A recent article shows why federal courts can and should revisit the convictions and sentences of many federal prisoners affected by Sessions v. Dimaya.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

Versus Trump: Preventing The Prevention Of The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program

5/17/18  //  Commentary

On this week's episode of Versus Trump, Easha, Charlie, and Jason discuss a series of recent rulings that have stopped the Trump Administration from revoking federal grants to entities that have been working to reduce teen pregnancy. Listen now!

Jason Harrow

Gerstein Harrow LLP

Easha Anand

San Francisco

Charlie Gerstein

Gerstein Harrow LLP

How the Russian Conspiracy Injured Real, Innocent People

5/16/18  //  Commentary

On Thursday, the one year anniversary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s appointment, attorneys for Donald Trump will stand up in a court of law to answer questions for the first time related to Russia. But it won’t be in the Mueller investigation.

Erwin Chemerinsky

U.C. Irvine School of Law

Presidential Statements and the Entry Ban

5/10/18  //  Commentary

A different take on how presidential statements or the possibility of them might affect Trump v. Hawaii (the entry ban case).

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School

The Solicitor General's Post-Factual World

5/8/18  //  Commentary

The SG's letter of correction to the Supreme Court says more about the kind of misstatements he will tolerate rather than the kind he won't.

Leah Litman

Michigan Law School