Ensuring the President “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed”
// 7/9/17 //
President Trump’s judicial nominees must be questioned on the limits of executive power, writes Peter Shane at Slate.
The Long-Term Costs of Trump’s Racism
// 8/6/19 //
Communications Infrastructure as Public Utility
K. Sabeel Rahman
// 8/5/19 //
Versus Trump: Trump v. Everyone Who Wants His Taxes
// 8/1/19 //
Supreme Court 2018 Term in Review: Waaaaay Too Soon to Say that Kavanaugh-for-Kennedy Was Not a Game Changer
Michael C. Dorf
// 7/31/19 //
Can Congress Investigate Whether the President Has Conflicts of Interest, is Compromised by Russia, or Has Violated the Law?
// 7/29/19 //
The House Has Already Opened an Impeachment Investigation Against Trump
// 7/26/19 //
1/14/18 // Daily Update
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments about whether Courts of Criminal Appeals judges can constitutionally sit on Court of Military Commission Review, including the court at Guantanamo Bay.
Columbia Law School
12/24/17 // Daily Update
The recent withdrawal of three judicial nominees is an aberration from President Trump’s large success in nominating young conservation jurists to the federal bench over the last year.
12/4/17 // Daily Update
President Trump has signaled to friends his belief that a government shutdown would help him politically.