Articles & Essays
Constitutional Remedies: In One Era and Out the Other
Despite the ringing dictum of Marbury v. Madison that “every right, when withheld, must have a remedy,” rights to remedies have always had a precarious constitutional status. For over one…
Judicial Immunity at the (Second) Founding: A New Perspective on § 1983
Circuit Approaches to Mootness in the Associational-Standing Context
Justice Breyer: The Court’s Last Natural Lawyer?
Bruen’s Ricochet: Why Scored Live-Fire Requirements Violate the Second Amendment
Stacked: Where Criminal Charge Stacking Happens — And Where it Doesn’t
First Amendment: Speech
Garnier v. O’Connor-Ratcliff
Ninth Circuit Finds First Amendment Violation in School District Officials' Blocking of Parents on Social Media.
United States v. Goliday
Seventh Circuit Applies Buyer-Seller Exception to Guilty Pleas by Drug Dealers.
Ziccarelli v. Dart
Seventh Circuit Entrenches Conduct Categories for FMLA Interference Claims.