Winter storm déjà vu; how to start on social media; and ... Disneyland
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January 2023

Interpersonal conflicts among the Justices are as old as the Supreme Court itself. But the very public fracas between Hugo Black and Robert Jackson was…
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Students often ask me who my favorite Supreme Court Justice is/was. As this week's bonus content explains, my answer is (perhaps surprisingly…
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The Supreme Court clearly *could* have done more to get to the bottom of the Dobbs leak. Whether it *should* have raises messier questions about the…
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A look back at the logistical and tactical difficulties faced by lawyers who argued one of the 66 cases the Supreme Court heard via telephone in 2020…
With a new presumption against eleventh-hour challenges, the Supreme Court is routinely clearing the way for executions to proceed even while colorable…
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Federal Courts has long been my favorite law school class to teach. But recent developments at the Supreme Court have made the pedagogical exercise much…
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Forty years after Congress gave the Court the power to hear direct appeals from military convictions, the Justices are taking virtually no cases brought…
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A tonsillectomy; a junior BigLaw practice switch; and a new planner to ring in the New Year
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The annual missive was originally intended to stimulate dialogue with Congress. It's become something far less productive—and a symptom of a broader…
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December 2022

Recaps of the Court's Terms (or years) tend to focus on the Justices' substantive rulings. Here, I take a look at 10 big 2022 stories *besides* those…
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An emergency application pending before the Court raises the intersection of immigration, COVID, and newfound state efforts to control federal…
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