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The Trump administration won a major (if, at least for now, only temporary) victory on immigration today at the Supreme Court. The justices gave the government the go-ahead to enforce a new rule that would bar most immigrants from applying for asylum if they pass through another country – such as Mexico – without seeking […]. .
Dayna Zolle is Appellate Counsel and Brianne Gorod is Chief Counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center. Earlier this year, President Donald Trump made news when he suggested, repeatedly, that he views the Supreme Court as an ally, one he can count on to give him a “fair shake” when he thinks that other courts won’t. […]. .
Josh Blackman is associate professor of law at South Texas College of Law Houston and an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute. Ilya Shapiro is director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute. They filed a brief on behalf of Cato and Professor Jeremy Rabkin “in support of DACA […]. .
Briefly: Jess Bravin reports for The Wall Street Journal that, at a judicial conference yesterday, "Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that despite sharp ideological differences with Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, and the controversy that marred the latter’s confirmation, she was working to build relationships with the Trump appointees that could moderate the Supreme Court’s [...]. .
In 2012, the Obama administration established a program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which allows undocumented young adults who came to the United States as children to apply for protection from deportation. Applicants who meet a variety of criteria – for example, who have graduated from high school or served in the […]. .
On September 24 at 1:00 p.m. ET, the State and Local Legal Center and National Association of Counties will host a webinar with Michael Dreeben, former deputy solicitor general; Joe Palmore, appellate and Supreme Court practice group co-chair and managing partner at Morrison Foerster; and Todd Ruger, legal affairs staff writer at CQ Roll Call, […]. .
Loren AliKhan is the Solicitor General for the District of Columbia. Next month, the Supreme Court will hear argument in three cases asking whether Title VII’s prohibition on sex discrimination includes discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The answer to that question will have a considerable impact on the nation. A recent poll estimates that 4.5 […]. .
The Supreme Court has already granted review in 50 cases for the term that opens on Monday, October 7. More will be granted when the court returns for its “long conference” (following the summer recess) on October 1. By my broad definition (which includes immigration and civil-related-to-criminal cases), 20 of the 50 cases already granted […]. .
In an op-ed for The Hill, Ken Starr argues that the plaintiffs in the three upcoming cases involving whether federal law protects employees from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or transgender identity are "ask[ing] the Supreme Court to read into Title VII language that was neither considered at the time of its passage, [...]. .
Terry Skolnik is Assistant Professor at the University of Ottowa, Faculty of Law. Beginning in the mid 1990s, the dynamics of Supreme Court hearings started to change significantly. Many of these changes persist today. Tonja Jacobi and Matthew Sag’s research demonstrates that the justices now speak more during oral argument than they did in the […]. .
Vanita Gupta is President and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. Sharon McGowan is Chief Strategy Officer and Legal Director of Lambda Legal. The authors previously served in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, Gupta as Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division, and McGowan as Principal […]. .
The Supreme Court this evening denied the application for a stay of execution and the petition for a writ of certiorari filed by Billy Jack Crutsinger. Texas had planned to execute Crutsinger, who was sentenced to death for the 2003 murders of Pearl Magouirk and her daughter, Patricia Syren, by lethal injection tonight after 6:00 p.m. CT. Justice Sonia […]. .


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