U.S. Supreme Court

Careers

Eric Holder returns to ‘last stop’ job at Covington, offers thoughts on Snowden and US Supreme Court

Criminal Justice

Inmate held in solitary for 20 years may sue, 4th Circuit rules; Kennedy raised issue in June

Bankruptcy Law

Will the Affordable Care Act lead to fewer personal bankruptcy filings?

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: What does this memorable SCOTUS term mean for the future?

U.S. Supreme Court

Scalia’s ‘jiggery-pokery’ dissent spawns ‘scalia4kids’ tweets

Supreme Court Report

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

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court agrees to reconsider whether unwilling state can be hauled into another state’s court

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS to consider First Amendment rights of public workers forced to pay for collective bargaining

Judiciary

Posner: Chief justice’s gay-marriage dissent is ‘heartless’

U.S. Supreme Court

Cert grant sends university affirmative action case back to the Supreme Court

Constitutional Law

Divided US Supreme court votes 5-4 to freeze Texas abortion law as it mulls whether to hear appeal

U.S. Supreme Court

EPA must consider cost of toxic air pollution regulations for power plants, says SCOTUS

U.S. Supreme Court

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

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS upholds use of lethal-injection drug; two justices want death penalty re-examined

Religious Law

County clerks, judges with religious qualms can refuse to issue gay marriage licenses, Texas AG says

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court strikes down portion of federal law enhancing sentences for ‘career criminals’

U.S. Supreme Court

Gay marriage is a constitutional right, Supreme Court rules

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court allows disparate impact claims in fair-housing cases; dissent fears ‘rat’s nest’

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court reads health law to allow subsidies in all states; Scalia fumes about ‘SCOTUScare’

U.S. Supreme Court

A SCOTUS ruling against administration on health-care law could cite this case to avoid sudden chaos