Two Judges Explain Why They Don’t Think They Should Have to Defer to Bureaucrats
Should a Judge Rely on the Law or His Own Common Sense?
Should Judges Use Their Roles to Effect Social Change? Do They Already?
A Pair of Judges Debate Whether Courtroom Lawyers Ever Make a Difference
Should There Be Age Limits for Federal Judges?
How the Law Will Handle a World of Alternative Facts
What the Travesty in Arkansas Tells Us About the Possibility for a Just Death Penalty in America
How the Supreme Court Will Change Now That the Filibuster Is Gone
How Should Judges Weigh the Law and Their Personal Moral Convictions?
Should the President Get to Pick Supreme Court Justices? Two Judges Debate.
A Clarification About the Role of the Constitution in Constitutional Law
The Supreme Court Immigration Decision Won’t Actually Do All That Much
Why Don’t Law School Professors Have Practical Experience These Days?
The Chief Justice’s Gay Marriage Dissent Is Heartless
A Chief Justice Has More of a Personal Stake in How He Votes Than the Other Judges Do
The Scene Outside a Boston Abortion Clinic in the Wake of McCullen.
How Far Can Abortion Protesters Now Go at Clinics?
The Last Thing a Woman About to Have an Abortion Needs Is to Be Screamed at by the Godly
Is Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Casual About the Truth?
Justice Alito’s Defense of DOMA Is Entirely Emotional