The sinister history underlying Neil Gorsuch’s decision lashing out at American workers

The sinister history underlying Neil Gorsuch’s decision lashing out at American workers

The ink was barely dry on Neil Gorsuch’s opinion in Epic Systems v. Morris before Ogletree Deakins — a management-side employment law firm that...
The sinister history underlying Neil Gorsuch’s decision lashing out at American workers

The sinister history underlying Neil Gorsuch’s decision lashing out at American workers

The ink was barely dry on Neil Gorsuch’s opinion in Epic Systems v. Morris before Ogletree Deakins — a management-side employment law firm that...
Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch: Agents of Chaos

Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch: Agents of Chaos

If you’re planning on borrowing your buddy’s rental car and loading it up with several dozen bricks of heroin, the Supreme Court gave...
Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch: Agents of Chaos

Thomas and Gorsuch take aim at established Fourth Amendment doctrine in a recipe for...

If you’re planning on borrowing your buddy’s rental car and loading it up with several dozen bricks of heroin, the Supreme Court gave...
The Supreme Court heard the Muslim Ban case today. It did not go well.

The Supreme Court heard the Muslim Ban case today. It did not go well.

The striking thing about Wednesday’s argument in Trump v. Hawaii, the Muslim ban case, is how ordinary it was. Members of the Court quickly...
Would a Catholic ban survive the Supreme Court?

Would a Catholic ban survive the Supreme Court?

Imagine, for a moment, a world very much like our own. In this world, Donald Trump still campaigned for office on a promise to...
The Supreme Court’s original sin in gerrymandering cases

The Supreme Court’s original sin in gerrymandering cases

Few matters capture the pathology of the Roberts Court more completely than the two Abbott v. Perez cases, a pair of identically named racial gerrymandering...
Trump-appointed judge uses his very first opinion to showcase his political hackery

Trump-appointed judge uses his very first opinion to showcase his political hackery

Judge James Ho has been a federal judge for only a few months. Until Wednesday, he had never handed down a judicial opinion...
Neil Gorsuch voted with the liberal justices, but his opinion should chill you to the bone

Neil Gorsuch voted with the liberal justices, but his opinion should chill you to...

Broadly speaking, there are two different approaches to the law on the Supreme Court’s right flank. Justice Samuel Alito is the consummate partisan. Unlike...
Something has gone wrong with jury selection in Mississippi, and the Fifth Circuit is to blame

Something has gone wrong with jury selection in Mississippi, and the Fifth Circuit is...

More than three decades ago, in a case called Batson v. Kentucky, the Supreme Court laid out the means by which judges should sniff...

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