The editors of the Harvard Law Review respectfully offer this collection of tributes to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Fifth Circuit Upholds Abortion Restrictions During COVID-19 Pandemic.
Supreme Court of Texas Holds that Lacking Immunity to COVID-19 Is Not a Disability that Would Allow Voting by Mail.
Second Circuit Declines to Delineate Constitutional Boundaries of Acceptable Official Conduct in Quarantine.
Sixth Circuit Limits Scope of Equal Protection Analysis Regarding Disparate Treatment of Voters.
First Circuit Affirms that Unequal Federal Benefits Program in Puerto Rico Violates Fifth Amendment.
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts Holds that Continuous, Long-Term Pole Camera Surveillance Outside Homes Is a Search Under State Constitutional Law.
Turkey’s Highest Administrative Court Annuls Ataturk’s 1934 Decision Converting the Hagia Sophia into a Museum.
Ninth Circuit Holds that Absent Class Members Must Satisfy Article III Standing at the Damages Phase of a Class Action.
Responding to Kevin P. Tobia, Testing Ordinary Meaning