“Give them stiff, stiff sentences,” Justice Antonin Scalia had said on open mic; U.S. prosecutors seek 10 days in jail.
Attorneys general from 20 states invoked the memory of a conservative icon, the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, to make a case that President Donald Trump should defend nearly … Click to Continue »
Can’t wait to read this new one from Abbe Gluck in U Chicago L. Rev: The formalist project in statutory interpretation, as it has defined itself, has been a failure. That project—typified by but not limited to Justice Antonin Scalia’s … Continue reading ?
National Review Online is pleased to reveal the cover of Scalia Speaks: Reflections on Law, Faith, and Life Well Lived, the upcoming collection of speeches from the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, edited by Christopher J.Show More Summary
Andy Morriss Steps Down As Texas A&M Law School Dean To Lead New School Of Innovation Harvard Establishes Justice Antonin Scalia Professorship My Advice to Bezos (And Gates, Buffett, Etc.): Pay Some Tax Hamilton And Law School Deaning After 71% Enrollment Decline, Florida Coastal Plans To Further Shrink 1L Class...
Justice Antonin Scalia, who began his legal career aspiring to teach the law, will continue that path through the Antonin Scalia Professorship of Law at Harvard Law School. The law school announced the endowed professorship, "which stands as both a testament to Justice Scalia's legacy on the Supreme Court......
Harvard Law School Establishes Professorship in Honor of Justice Antonin Scalia ’60: Harvard Law School announced that it has established the Antonin Scalia Professorship of Law in recognition of the historic tenure of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia ’60. The professorship is endowed by the Considine Family...
He has been in lockstep with none other than Clarence Thomas. Supreme Court reporter Dahlia Lithwick examines the new make-up of the court and the rumors that Justice Anthony Kennedy might resign. Neil Gorsuch joined the court in April to replace the late Antonin Scalia. Show More Summary
Whatever else comes of the Donald J. Trump presidency, already he has perfectly fulfilled one campaign pledge in a way that will affect the entire United States for a generation or more: putting another Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. The early signs from Justice Neil Gorsuch, who joined the...
If the death of Justice Antonin Scalia overshadowed the 2015-16 Supreme Court term, the extended absence of his successor and the subsequent battle (including eliminating the judicial filibuster) over the appointment of Neil Gorsuch dominated Court news for 2016. Show More Summary
For decades, Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia famously maintained a warm friendship despite their fierce ideological disagreements. The two justices attended operas together, traveled in tandem, and dined with each other’s families. Show More Summary
Within the next year, the Supreme Court is likely to rule on the latest existential threat to workers and their unions: Janus v. AFSCME. Like last year’s Friedrichs v. CTA—a bullet dodged with Justice Antonin Scalia’s unexpected death—the Janus case is a blatant attack on working people by right-wing, moneyed special interests who want to take away workers’ freedom […]
There are many, but these are a doozy. When ultra-conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died in 2016, many on the left and center heaved a huge sigh of relief. Barack Obama was the sitting president who would be nominating his successor, perhaps bringing us a liberal dominated court and killing the constant threats of overturning Roe v. Show More Summary
Father Paul Scalia, one of the late Supreme Court justice's nine children, focuses on souls and not on politics.
Gorsuch is already proposing the high court water down one of defendants’ most basic rights. Just days after stealing Merrick Garland’s Supreme Court seat, Neil Gorsuch is channeling Antonin Scalia. On April 20, the newly minted associate justice cast his first ballot. Show More Summary
Associate Justice Antonin Scalia's papers to go to Harvard Law School Library; IMLS issues National Leadership Grant to to help fund Mukurtu CMS; University of Texas (UT) Libraries launches Texas Data Repository; and more News in Brief from the April 1, 2017 issue of Library Journal.
Just days after stealing Merrick Garland’s Supreme Court seat, Neil Gorsuch is channeling Antonin Scalia. On April 20, the newly minted associate justice cast his first ballot. Gorsuch provided the fifth vote that allowed Arkansas to...Show More Summary
Donald Trump is desperate to have a legislative victory. His first 100 days have been marked by failure, his only "success" coming thanks to Antonin Scalia dying 14 months ago.Healthcare reform is uncertain at best, and, even if the Republicans manage to pass something, it will go over like a lead balloon with the public. Show More Summary
As Neil Gorsuch takes his seat on the Supreme Court, the 4-4 ideological stalemate that plagued the institution after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia has been broken, reestablishing its conservative tilt. In an article I wrote last year on the implications of Donald Trump getting the chance to...
It’s not often we get to hear Supreme Court justices talk about each other. With the untimely death in 2016 of Justice Antonin Scalia, we’ve been given that opportunity thanks to Yale Law Review. Justices Thomas, Alito and Sotomayor all wrote tributes to Scalia in the latest Yale Law Review. Show More Summary