Supreme Court

  1. How SCOTUS Finally Got 'Cleaned Up' | A Forfeiture Question with Constitutional Significance | New Study: Cert Success for Ex-SGs

    The justices wrap up the February argument session this morning with a return to the appointments clause in combined cases involving social security claims. In a "first" in U.S. Supreme Court opinions, "cleaned up" makes an appearance. Plus, Adam Feldman's out with a new study about cert success for former U.S. solicitors.
  2. Appointments Clause and Voting Rights Cap February Arguments | SG Waives Response in Clinton Emails Case | Ginsburg's Final Project: 'Justice, Justice, Thou Shalt Prevail'

    Good morning and welcome to the Supreme Court Brief. The justices this morning begin the final week of the February argument session. Let's dig in!
  3. Two Trump-Related Cases Are Granted Review | A Supreme Court Snow Story (Featuring Carter Phillips) | Headlines: 'Spike in Partisanship' on Appeals Courts

    Welcome to Supreme Court Brief! The justices are taking two Trump-era cases, and that could raise complications as the Biden administration moves to abandon some Trump rules and positions. Plus, more on the Carter Phillips snow story. Thanks for reading!
  4. Former Clerks Face Off As Arguments Resume | Ex-Sotomayor Clerk Joins Cooley | Water War Returns | Headlines: 'Meet SG3'

    Former clerks are facing off as arguments resume. Plus: a former Sotomayor clerk has joined Cooley. Scroll down for headlines: 'Meet SG3'
  5. Why Rehnquist Sided With Larry Flynt | Kelsi Corkran Snags Georgetown Law Post | 'Golden Age of Originalism' | Headlines: Catch Up With Noel Francisco

    Good morning and welcome to Supreme Court Brief. The justices' "shadow docket" is set to see the spotlight tomorrow in the U.S. House. The court will hold its first conference in four weeks on Friday and they turn to February telephonic arguments on Monday. Why did the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist side with Hustler publisher Larry Flynt in 1983? Scroll down!






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