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Inaugural Issue of ACS Supreme Court Review Now Available

Honored to have my article on the Supreme Court’s racial gerrymandering decision of Cooper v. Harris included in this new publication: Introduction …………………………………………………………. 1 Steven D. Schwinn Foreword………………………………………………………………. 5 Erwin Chemerinsky Educational Equality for Children with Disabilities: The 2016 Term … Continue reading ?
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WFAE: Cooper: It’s pretty rare when the United States Supreme Court issues a 9-0 decision on such a controversial issue as redistricting. But it’s clear that these racially gerrymandered districts are unconstitutional. I don’t think...

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Breaking and Analysis: Supreme Court on 5-3 Vote Affirms NC Racial Gerrymandering Case, with Thomas in Majority and Roberts in Dissent

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The Supreme Court has issued this 5-3 opinion in Cooper v. Harris. Justice Kagan wrote the opinion for the Court, with Justice Thomas making the fifth vote for affirmance. Chief Justice Robert and Justices Alito and Kennedy dissente...

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I have posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, ACS Supreme Court Review).  Here is the abstract: The United States Supreme Court, like the Lord, sometimes works in mysterious ways. Back in the 1990s, a group of conservative activist...

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