Will Chief Justice John Roberts be asked to testify before Congress for his role as the appointer of judges for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court? According to House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), it...Show More Summary
The suggestion that Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. might be asked to testify before Congress in the wake of the controversial “Nunes memo is drawing criticism and raising questions about the separation of powers.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on Wednesday the committee has grappled with calling in Chief Justice John Roberts of investigation of Obama officials lying to the FISA Court to spy on Donald Trump. Show More Summary
In three recent opinions, John G. Roberts Jr. has been on the other side of the court’s three-man, reliably right-wing triumvirate. What’s going on?
According to Chris Geidner, Chief Justice John Roberts “has found himself moving ever so slightly away from the doctrinaire conservative position he held when he started on the high court — having shown repeated interest in taking actions...Show More Summary
“Thirteen years into the job, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. remains a conservative — but he has shifted to a more moderate position among the conservative justices on the court, a small change with potentially dramatic consequences,” BuzzFeed News [...]
New York litigator Anton Metlitsky, a former clerk to Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., received the nod to argue his first-ever Supreme Court case after the Justice Department abandoned its defense.
Adam Liptak, New York Times: In October, when the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that could reshape American politics, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. registered an objection. There was math in the case, he said, and it was complicated. Show More Summary
In the 2017 year end report drafted by Chief Justice John Roberts, in addition to applauding the successes of the federal judiciary, he acknowledges that sexual harassment in the workplace is inexcusable and has no place in the courthouse. To that end, Justice Roberts explains that in 2018, the......
A few short months ago in a blockbuster Supreme Court case dealing with partisan political gerrymanders, Chief Justice John Roberts enraged social scientists the world over when he suggested that using a proposed formula to determine...Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal op-ed: Why Do Federal Judges Need Clerks, Anyway?, by Glenn Reynolds (Tennessee): Chief Justice John Roberts wants to do something about sexual harassment by federal judges.... Judges have inordinate power over their clerks—and the best solution is to abolish clerkships.... Getting rid of law clerks...
Chief Justice John Roberts released an annual report on the federal judiciary, but one thing caught the attention of the media more than anything else -- the judiciary's sexual misconduct policies. Most of the report dealt with how the judicial system responds to natural disasters, such as the recent California......
In his Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. focused (yawn) on the judicial system’s preparedness in the face of natural disasters. But then he got to what journalists recognized as the buried lead: a commitment in light of “events in recent months” to explore...
Chief Justice John Roberts unveiled a plan Sunday to help shield US court employees from sexual harassment, acknowledging the judicial branch is "not immune" after a powerful appellate judge retired over misconduct allegations. The top...Show More Summary
Chief Justice John Roberts is promising a careful evaluation of the federal judiciary's sexual misconduct policies and an effort to highlight the work of court employees following the year's destructive … Click to Continue »
“We have a new challenge in the coming year, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in his annual year-end report. “Events in recent months have illuminated the depth of the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace, and events in the past few weeks have made clear that the judicial branch is not immune.
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is promising a careful evaluation of the federal judiciary’s sexual misconduct policies.
Chief Justice John Roberts used his annual report on federal judiciary to promise a careful evaluation of its sexual misconduct policies.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts said on Sunday he would launch a review in 2018 of how the federal judiciary handles sexual harassment, following the recent resignation of a U.S. appeals court judge amid allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct and comments. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
In his year-end report on the state of the federal judiciary, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. addressed reports of sexual misconduct by an appeals court judge.