Election Law

Constitutional Law

Do selfies violate laws protecting privacy in the voting booth?

Law Professors

Harvard law prof explores Democratic presidential bid financed through crowdsourced funding

Constitutional Law

Law banning lies about political candidates is struck down by top Massachusetts court

Civil Rights

5th Circuit says strict Texas voter ID law violates Voting Rights Act

Annual Meeting

Lawyers debate campaign financing, voter restrictions and other election issues

Supreme Court Report

Judges may not seek campaign cash, but they may express their gratitude, SCOTUS determines

U.S. Supreme Court

Arizona’s independent redistricting commission doesn’t violate elections clause, Supreme Court rules

Constitutional Law

Judge blocks lawyer’s proposed ‘Sodomite Suppression Act’

Election Law

Lawyer ends campaign to elect his pet pig Giggles as mayor of Flint, Michigan

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: Are judges politicians? SCOTUS renews the question

Election Law

DOJ investigates California court restrictions on voting by intellectually disabled persons

U.S. Supreme Court

Should presidential candidates come clean about their litmus tests for SCOTUS nominees?

Election Law

Cartoon-style posters portray SEC chief as superhero who can slay ‘dark money menace’

Appellate Practice

Check your briefs for acronym overuse, DC Circuit clerk tells lawyers in campaign finance case

Election Law

Rand Paul will accept Bitcoin donations; are there legal issues?

Trials & Litigation

Protesters disrupt US Supreme Court proceedings; 5 arrests made

U.S. Supreme Court

Alabama redistricting challenge stays alive in SCOTUS; Scalia sees majority as ‘standby counsel’

Judiciary

Former state chief justice is ashamed of the fundraising process

Judiciary

Justice may be deposed in suit claiming State Farm orchestrated his election, judge rules

U.S. Supreme Court

Protesters interrupt Supreme Court on anniversary of Citizens United decision