Supreme Court

Changing the Story: Artificial Intelligence and Patent Eligibility

by

Oct 25th, 2021

Ruminations on the Abu Zubaydah Supreme Court Oral Argument: Three Surprising Turns

by

Oct 18th, 2021

Mexico v. Smith & Wesson: Does US Immunity for Gun Manufacturers Apply Extraterritorially?

by and

Aug 19th, 2021

What the US Government Brief Should Have Said in Al-Hela: On Guantanamo and Due Process

by

Jul 12th, 2021

Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe: What’s Not in the Supreme Court’s Opinions

by

Jun 30th, 2021

The Surprisingly Broad Implications of Nestlé USA, Inc. v. Doe for Human Rights Litigation and Extraterritoriality

by

Jun 18th, 2021

State Secrets and the Torture of Abu Zubaydah

by

Jun 16th, 2021

Folly at the Supreme Court: Choosing Between Competing Originalist Claims

by

May 18th, 2021

Biden Team’s Litigation Tactics on Guantanamo Undercut Biden Policy to Close the Prison

by , and

Apr 21st, 2021

We Do Need to Reform the Supreme Court

by and

Apr 8th, 2021

Upcoming Cases Provide Opportunities to Reassess the Application of the Due Process Clause at Guantanamo

by

Mar 3rd, 2021

We Don’t Need to Reform the Supreme Court

by

Feb 12th, 2021

Authoritarian Populism, Courts and Democratic Erosion

by and

Feb 11th, 2021

The Meaning of the Supreme Court’s Ruling in Germany v. Philipp

by

Feb 8th, 2021

Judges Doing What Judges Do: A Unified Theory of the 2020 Election Season

by

Jan 5th, 2021

The System Is Not Working: The Lopsided Election Result, Not The Courts, Saved Our Democracy

by

Dec 21st, 2020

Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: Judicial Activism, Corporate Exceptionalism, and the Puzzlement of Nestlé v. Doe

by

Dec 11th, 2020

Supreme Court Preview: Collins v. Mnuchin and the Expanding ‘Unitary Executive’ Theory

by

Dec 8th, 2020

Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: In Oral Arguments, Justices Weigh Liability for Chocolate Companies

by

Dec 7th, 2020

Election Law Primer: What to Expect During and After the 2020 Election

by and

Nov 3rd, 2020

1 2 3 5