393 ABA Journal Legal Theory articles.
A U.S. Supreme Court decision handed down earlier this month has flown a bit below radar compared with the term’s bigger cases, but it is one that might be of interest to anyone who has ever bent the truth on a dating website or on social media, shopped or checked sports scores on a work computer, or happens to be a fan of the 1983 movie WarGames.
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All lawyers are storytellers. And Supreme Court justices are not exceptions. Outcomes in constitutional law are typically predicated upon the stories the justices tell—interpretations of foundational “origin stories”—that shape understandings of the law and who we are as a people, writes Philip N. Meyer.
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Jan 19, 2021 11:21 AM CSTassertion during oral arguments that a key provision of the Voting Rights Act is a "perpetuation of racial entitlement."
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The most important lesson from the Supreme Court’s just completed term is that it is truly the John Roberts court. It was a term of blockbuster decisions, almost all of which saw Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. in the majority.
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The U.S. Supreme Court has several blockbuster cases in its new term—on gay and transgender rights, federal immigration enforcement and gun regulation. But before it gets to any of those, the court on the first day of the term will take up two criminal law cases raising significant questions, even though only a handful of states are affected by each.
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New book seeks to explain conservatism of Justice Clarence Thomas
A new book called The Enigma of Clarence Thomas contends that the justice’s conservatism is shaped by his immersion in…
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