Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, speaking at the University of Tennessee College of Law on Tuesday, was asked by a student about the constitutionality of the income tax.
Does Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia believe society is eroding because women use the ‘F-word’? That’s what this article effing claims. Feminist Law Professors
Sarah Erdreich: It's actually a huge problem when Supreme Court justices like Antonin Scalia are spouting unscientific nonsense by calling contraceptive methods "abortifacients."
Antonin Scalia, the longest-serving active justice of the Supreme Court, has a great deal of charm at his disposal, in person. From a distance, it's easy to imagine Scalia as a sort of aloof, smoldering demon, throwing cruel barbs at popular notions about justice and progress. Yet he is dear friends with Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read more...
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a ruling upholding the Texas law Wendy Davis opposed that was responsible for closing abortion clinics in the Lone Star State. In November, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia issued an opinion indicating the Supreme Court would not yet get involved in a case that has abortion facilities […]
In a packed Brooklyn auditorium Friday night, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia stressed that flag-burning is protected by the Constitution — even if he doesn't think it should be. His comment was in reference to the Supreme Court's 1989 decision in Texas v. Show More Summary
Sahil Kapur looks at what Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia once said about the role of religious liberty, and how he'll have to jump through some jurisprudence hoops to attack Obamacare's birth control mandate.
In a packed Brooklyn auditorium Friday, Justice Antonin Scalia told a law student it was "ridiculous" to think his dissents in gay rights cases have fueled hatred toward homosexuals. Scalia's exchange with the nervous-looking law student...Show More Summary
At an event at Brooklyn Law School this weekend, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia hinted that the Supreme Court may review the National Security Agency's rampant spying on Americans' phone calls and Internet use that was revealed by Edward Snowden. Show More Summary
Justice Antonin Scalia isn’t quite ready to publicly weigh in on whether computer data is considered a protected “effect” under the Fourth Amendment. “[T]hat may well come up [before the Supreme Court],” he says. Thanks NSA. [Business...Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia got an incredibly astute question from a law student Friday night that could have huge implications for the NSA's domestic surveillance programs. The question came during a spirited Q&A curated by...Show More Summary
Justice Antonin Scalia suggested that the Supreme Court will decide whether the NSA's domestic surveillance is constitutional, in a packed Brooklyn auditorium on Friday night. The topic of the NSA's controversial surveillance of telephone...Show More Summary
The U.S. Supreme Court justices are drawing nearer toward retirement: Ruth Bader Ginsburg just turned eighty-one; Antonin Scalia is seventy-eight; Anthony Kennedy is seventy-seven; and Stephen Breyer is seventy-five. If President Obama gets the opportunity to fill another Supreme Court vacancy, whom will he select? Jeffrey Toobin recently penned a......
At The Volokh Conspiracy, Baude notes a "reason to be troubled by what happened in this case — a reason that Justice Antonin Scalia has suggested raises a constitutional problem (and as to which the Supreme Court has not yet...
Justice Elena Kagan is looking forward to hunting a new kind of game next year with Justice Antonin Scalia. Gobble gobble, bitches. They’re going after wild turkeys, and not the whiskey. [Legal Times] If you’ve been wondering why Morrison & Foerster is referred to as MoFo, the backstory isn’t as cool as we were led to believe. Show More Summary
The Honorable Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, is scheduled to speak at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy March 18, as the 2014 Hedrick Fellow.
When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is waiting patiently for his spoonful of rigatoni and scallops, too, you know you’re in for a real Italian party. But what else would you expect at a dinner in honor of a 200-year-old Italian rock star? On Thursday, the Washington Chorus’s “The Essential Verdi” gala held at the […]
The 65th season at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., will include “The Originalist,” a political drama about a liberal law clerk and Justice Antonin Scalia.
At some point when America is at war, terrible violations of basic constitutional freedoms will occur. So says Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Speaking at the University of Hawaii’s law school on Feb. 3, Scalia talked about World War II, where American citizens who happened to be of Japanese descent were placed in internment camps in the 1940s. Show More Summary
Justice Antonin Scalia, who is one of the crustier personalities on the high court, has delivered his share of pointed barbs. Often the targets are litigators who don't dare lash back. But one New York City restaurateur has decided to challenge the justice over some recent comments he made -- about pizza.