Ensuring the President “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed”
By Roberta Kaplan: Becoming a great lawyer requires that you be courageous, press boundaries wherever you are, and insist that things can always change for the better, especially now.
By Jill E. Habig and Joanna Pearl: Here's how cities and states can protect their residents' rights
It is surely ironic for the authors of a book about impeachment to warn about the risks of too much focus on impeachment. But that's what we do in our latest Atlantic essay.
Laurence H. Tribe
Harvard Law School
Even when administrative agencies enjoy broad delegated powers, they cannot run roughshod over legal mandates or twist the facts to reach the result they want.
Barr's carefully-worded promise not to interfere with Mueller is welcome. But it also leaves room for Barr to impede significant parts of Mueller's work.
University of Arizona
Here's how Congress can address America's monopoly problem
Protect Democracy has asked a diverse set of experts from a variety of disciplines to identify steps that could be taken to advance the prospects of a truly inclusive and multi-racial American democracy
Here are the contributions from our recent symposium in collaboration with the Election Law Blog
We are pleased to announce a mini-symposium in collaboration with the Election Law Blog
Take Care has been pleased to host a symposium on How To Save A Constitutional Democracy, an important new book by Aziz Huq and Tom Ginsburg.
A discussion at the National Constitutional Center
When calls to impeach the president are played on repeat for years, they lose their punch. That is where we find ourselves today.
The Great Democracy Initiative aims to produce bold, progressive solutions to the biggest problems facing our country.
Vanderbilt Law School
Amir Ali has filed a letter at the Supreme Court concerning an erroneous factual representation by the Solicitor General
Take Care hereby presents in a single, updated post all commentary we have published about the revised travel ban.