friday round-up

Edith Roberts

in the new york times, adam liptak reports that the decision of justice neil gorsuch “to address a conservative group at the trump international hotel in washington next month, less than two weeks before the court is set to hear arguments on mr.

2017-08-18 06:53:09  

petition of the day

Aurora Barnes

the petition of the day is: board of commissioners of the southeast louisiana flood protection authority – east v. tennessee gas pipeline company, llc 17-99 issues: (1) whether the “substantial[ity]” and “federal-state balance” requirements of g

2017-08-17 10:22:50  

symposium: high stakes for federalism in heavyweight clash over the anti-commandeering doctrine

Elbert Lin and Thomas M. Johnson Jr.

elbert lin is the solicitor general of west virginia. thomas m. johnson jr. is the deputy solicitor general of west virginia. the attorney general of west virginia, patrick morrisey, led a certiorari-stage amicus brief in support of the petition

2017-08-17 02:44:25  

event announcement

Andrew Hamm

on august 31 at 1 p.m., in a webinar conducted by the state & local legal center, john baker will discuss how local governments have modified sign codes over the past two years to comply with reed v. town of gilbert and how courts have inter

2017-08-17 12:13:26  

event announcement

Andrew Hamm

on august 31 at 1 p.m., in a webinar conducted by the state & local legal center, john baker will discuss how local governments have modified sign codes over the past two years to comply with reed v. town of gilbert and how courts have inter

2017-08-17 12:13:26  

symposium: it’s time to abandon anti-commandeering (but don’t count on this supreme court to do it)

Steven Schwinn

steven d. schwinn is a professor of law at john marshall law school in chicago. students of the constitution can be excused for scratching their heads at the anti-commandeering doctrine. that’s because this rule, which says that the federal gove

2017-08-17 10:44:15  

symposium: it’s time to abandon anti-commandeering (but don’t count on this supreme court to do it)

Steven Schwinn

steven d. schwinn is a professor of law at john marshall law school in chicago. students of the constitution can be excused for scratching their heads at the anti-commandeering doctrine. that’s because this rule, which says that the federal gove

2017-08-17 10:44:15  

symposium: it’s time to abandon anti-commandeering (but don’t count on this supreme court to do it)

Steven Schwinn

steven d. schwinn is a professor of law at john marshall law school in chicago. students of the constitution can be excused for scratching their heads at the anti-commandeering doctrine. that’s because this rule, which says that the federal gove

2017-08-17 10:44:15  

thursday round-up

Edith Roberts

in the washington times, alex swoyer reports that in an amicus brief filed this week in carpenter v. united states, “[s]ome of the world’s biggest tech companies pleaded with the supreme court … to update decades-old precedent governing telephon

2017-08-17 07:39:05  

thursday round-up

Edith Roberts

in the washington times, alex swoyer reports that in an amicus brief filed this week in carpenter v. united states, “[s]ome of the world’s biggest tech companies pleaded with the supreme court … to update decades-old precedent governing telephon

2017-08-17 07:39:05  

thursday round-up

Edith Roberts

in the washington times, alex swoyer reports that in an amicus brief filed this week in carpenter v. united states, “[s]ome of the world’s biggest tech companies pleaded with the supreme court … to update decades-old precedent governing telephon

2017-08-17 07:39:05  

petition of the day

Aurora Barnes

the petition of the day is: s. s. v. colorado river indian tribes 17-95 issues: (1) whether the indian child welfare act, 25 u.s.c. §§ 1912(d) and 1912(f), applies in a private severance action initiated by one birth parent against the other bir

2017-08-16 10:22:39  

petition of the day

Aurora Barnes

the petition of the day is: s. s. v. colorado river indian tribes 17-95 issues: (1) whether the indian child welfare act, 25 u.s.c. §§ 1912(d) and 1912(f), applies in a private severance action initiated by one birth parent against the other bir

2017-08-16 10:22:39  

petition of the day

Aurora Barnes

the petition of the day is: s. s. v. colorado river indian tribes 17-95 issues: (1) whether the indian child welfare act, 25 u.s.c. §§ 1912(d) and 1912(f), applies in a private severance action initiated by one birth parent against the other bir

2017-08-16 10:22:39  

symposium: in sports-betting case, the supreme court should bet on federalism

Jonathan Wood

jonathan wood is an attorney at pacific legal foundation, an adjunct fellow at the property and environment research center, and a blogger for libertarianenvironmentalism.com. he represents a coalition of libertarian-leaning groups as amici supp

2017-08-16 03:06:32  

symposium: in sports-betting case, the supreme court should bet on federalism

Jonathan Wood

jonathan wood is an attorney at pacific legal foundation, an adjunct fellow at the property and environment research center, and a blogger for libertarianenvironmentalism.com. he represents a coalition of libertarian-leaning groups as amici supp

2017-08-16 03:06:32  

symposium: in sports-betting case, the supreme court should bet on federalism

Jonathan Wood

jonathan wood is an attorney at pacific legal foundation, an adjunct fellow at the property and environment research center, and a blogger for libertarianenvironmentalism.com. he represents a coalition of libertarian-leaning groups as amici supp

2017-08-16 03:06:32  

symposium: congress’ bet against equal sovereignty

Zachary Price

zachary s. price is an associate professor at uc hastings college of the law. christie v. national collegiate athletic association presents the question whether the federal professional and amateur sports protection act impermissibly commandeers

2017-08-16 10:27:46  

symposium: congress’ bet against equal sovereignty

Zachary Price

zachary s. price is an associate professor at uc hastings college of the law. christie v. national collegiate athletic association presents the question whether the federal professional and amateur sports protection act impermissibly commandeers

2017-08-16 10:27:46  

symposium: congress’ bet against equal sovereignty

Zachary Price

zachary s. price is an associate professor at uc hastings college of the law. christie v. national collegiate athletic association presents the question whether the federal professional and amateur sports protection act impermissibly commandeers

2017-08-16 10:27:46  

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