The role and power of state chief justices in and out of the courtroom
How an American Family Went to the Supreme Court with a First Amendment Defense and Beat HUAC
Balancing law and rights in sex offender legislation
The Supreme Court cannot be both efficient and consistent, and thus fails in its Constitutional mandate
Scholars use the most advanced methods in judicial studies to examine the role of Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
Moving beyond the subjectivity-objectivity debate, Edlin presents a case for intersubjectivity
An exploration of how sensationalist reporting, which emphasizes dissenting opinions and dramatizes complex legal issues, fosters public controversy and influences citizens’ reactions to Supreme Court decisions
In democratic states, the courts can help safeguard civil liberties against excessive legislative and executive efforts to combat terrorism
How much do Supreme Court nominees reveal at their confirmation hearings, and how do their answers affect senators' votes?
Oral arguments are a key aspect of the Supreme Court's decision-making process
How the First Amendment has been aggressively and inappropriately expanded by commercial entities
Porto identifies the Court’s role in shaping college sports and advances a prescription for reform
New analysis of a fundamental concept in politics and law, by a pair of influential and respected scholars
Are judges legally obligated to enforce an unjust law?
Has the American criminal justice system abandoned its duty to protect the innocent?
An illuminating look at how the egos and ambitions of four celebrated Supreme Court justices affected their thinking on issues that still resonate today