Tag: Judicial Behavior

One of the more difficult questions facing Supreme Court scholars is trying to decipher the impact of the litigants. Given the secrecy with which the Supreme ...

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Since Chief Justice John Roberts joined the Supreme Court in 2005, several pairs of justices have had notable disagreements in multiple cases.  This is at ...

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On January 18th, the Supreme Court released a short order requesting O’Melveny & Myers attorney Anton Metlitsky brief and argue the case of ...

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Legal interpretation begins with a legal text. At least in theory it does.  While in practice this is not always the case, textualism has become ...

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Oral arguments have always been central to Supreme Court adjudication.  In early Supreme Court practice oral arguments were the primary means by ...

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While Supreme Court justices are often guarded about how they come to their decisions, there are occasions where they are much more transparent. During ...

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Cases’ contours are primarily defined by the time they reach the Supreme Court.  These contours take shape through litigation in lower courts. ...

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The puns are endless with a case that goes by the name Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.  The stakes though are no laughing ...

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Supreme Court oral argument is the setting where attorneys get to present their cases to the justices. It is a chance for justices to ask questions and for ...

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