The Power of Impeachment: Its History & Future

6/20/18  //  Latest Developments

A discussion at the National Constitutional Center

Joshua Matz

Publisher

The Danger of Constant Impeachment Talk

5/7/18  //  Latest Developments

When calls to impeach the president are played on repeat for years, they lose their punch. That is where we find ourselves today.

Joshua Matz

Publisher

Laurence H. Tribe

Harvard Law School

Introducing the Great Democracy Initiative

5/7/18  //  Latest Developments

The Great Democracy Initiative aims to produce bold, progressive solutions to the biggest problems facing our country.

Ganesh Sitaraman

Vanderbilt Law School

Correcting the Record in the Travel Ban Case

5/6/18  //  Latest Developments

Amir Ali has filed a letter at the Supreme Court concerning an erroneous factual representation by the Solicitor General

Joshua Matz

Publisher

An Updated Guide to Our Analyses of the Travel Ban

4/23/18  //  Latest Developments

Take Care hereby presents in a single, updated post all commentary we have published about the revised travel ban.

Take Care

A First Amendment for All? Free Expression in an Age of Inequality

2/28/18  //  Latest Developments

Announcing a conference on how the First Amendment can advance the pursuit of social and economic equality

Jeffrey Stein

Columbia Law School

Defending Civil Rights in Starkville, Mississippi

2/27/18  //  Latest Developments

A new lawsuit seeks to protect freedom of speech and equal protection for LGBT people in Mississippi

Joshua Matz

Publisher

Symposium on 'Constitutional Coup' by Jon Michaels

1/14/18  //  Latest Developments

Take Care is pleased to host a symposium on Constitutional Coup

Joshua Matz

Publisher

Event Announcement! ACS @ AALS January 4th

12/20/17  //  Latest Developments

We'll be having a panel discussion on conventions, norms, and constitutional governance at AALS on Thursday, January 4th.

Leah Litman

U.C. Irvine School of Law

Net Neutrality News Flash

12/15/17  //  Latest Developments

As predicted, the FCC voted today to reverse its 2015 net neutrality rules

Tejas Narechania

UC Berkeley School of Law

DOJ Will No Longer Assist Covered Entities in Understanding the Law

11/21/17  //  Latest Developments

The new approach does not mean the DOJ will no longer make policy. It just means the Department will no longer tell covered entities and protected individuals what those policies are.

Eve Hill

Brown Goldstein & Levy

Want To Know What’s Been Happening Lately in the Congressional Emoluments Case? A Lot.

11/9/17  //  Latest Developments

Updated on a case against the President for his violations of the Constitution's Emoluments Clauses.

Brianne J. Gorod

Constitutional Accountability Center

Forum on Defending the First Amendment from Trump

10/6/17  //  Latest Developments

Take Care and Protect Democracy have teamed up to host a forum in which leading scholars consider how we can use the law (and litigation) to protect against Trump's use of the 'bully podium.'

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Conference on 'Populist Plutocrats: Lessons from Around the World'

9/6/17  //  Latest Developments

On September 23, Harvard Law School will host a one-day conference about populist plutocrats, a label many apply to President Trump.

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Symposium on Congress's Constitution

8/25/17  //  Latest Developments

Take Care is pleased to host a symposium on Congress's Constitution—an important new book by Josh Chafetz

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