Apparently, U.S. Supreme Court newbie Neil Gorsuch didn't get the memo about how to behave as a justice. The Capitol Hill rumor mill says his colleague Elena Kagan isn't pleased. The post Gavel Drop: When the New Kid on the Court Doesn’t Play Nice appeared first on Rewire.
Justice Neil Gorsuch likely won't ever reach Notorious RBG levels of fame unless he magically becomes seen as cool. However, the novice supreme jurist seems to be stepping up to the plate for repeated Gins-burns. All joking aside, Supreme Court commentators have noticed that Justice Ginsberg has been rather......
In his most candid public appearance since joining the U.S. Supreme Court in April, Justice Neil Gorsuch on Saturday urged the legal profession
Even if they don't like it, Kagan and Gorsuch have to work together for the rest of their lives.
Nina Totenberg is NOT IMPRESSED with Justice Mansplainer!
Rick Rubenstein has nominated this sentence (from Oliver Roeder, "The Supreme Court Is Allergic To Math", FiveThirtyEight 10/17/2017) for the prestigious Trent Reznor Prize for Tricky Embedding: Justice Neil Gorsuch balked at the multifaceted...Show More Summary
Following his nomination to the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch was packaged by his wealthy benefactors as the judicial equivalent of a carrot cake: mild and wholesome with the occasional hint of spice. Now that the justice has been safely...Show More Summary
The president got props for expanding the global gag rule and gave props to conservative Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and the Catholic nuns who challenged the Affordable Care Act's birth control benefit. The post Trump Pats Self On Back as Hate Group Praises His Reproductive Rights Rollbacks appeared first on Rewire.
Justice Don Willett is charming. Best known outside legal circles for his Twitter feed, @JusticeWillett, the Texas Supreme Court justice — and now a Trump nominee to a federal appeals court — tweets largely apolitical commentary about Calvin and Hobbes, his children, and Oxford commas. Many of his tweets are genuinely hilarious, and Willett is […]
Ed. note : In honor of Columbus Day (and Canadian Thanksgiving), Above the Law will be on a reduced publication schedule. We'll be back in full force tomorrow. Justice Neil Gorsuch's arrival as a member of the Supreme Court hasn't been...Show More Summary
Neil Gorsuch made his way to the Supreme Court under curious circumstances, and he’s fighting an uphill battle to earn Social’s respect. The post The Harsh Judgment of New Justice Neil Gorsuch appeared first on The Good Men Project.
When Justice Neil Gorsuch joined the Supreme Court earlier this year he got Justice Antonin Scalia's seat, his office and his elk, Leroy. In recent appearances, Gorsuch has been telling … Click to Continue »
Neil Gorsuch—the newest member of the court—could benefit from watching and emulating his mentor and former boss.
Did you see — or rather hear — the way octogenarian Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg smacked down smart-alecky newcomer Neil Gorsuch during Tuesday’s arguments at the Supreme Court? Probably not, unless you were present at oral arguments in the case of Gill vs. Whitford. The New Yorker’s...
NATIONAL Trump says property tax deduction has rest of America subsidizing NJ. He’s wrong. (Salant, NJ.com) The Second Amendment is 145 characters. How would you rewrite it? SCOTUS Justice Neil Gorsuch tries to lecture the Court on civics, Ruth Bader...Read more
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaks softly, but she carries a big stick -- which she just used to rap her most junior colleague, Justice Neil Gorsuch, on the knuckles. Did the Trumps escape criminal prosecution thanks to their big bank...Show More Summary
“How Badly Is Neil Gorsuch Annoying the Other Supreme Court Justices?” asks a New Yorker headline over a Jeffrey Toobin article. You won’t find an answer in the article. You won’t find any evidence that Gorsuch is annoying them at all. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivered a subtle but stinging public smackdown to the Court’s newcomer, Justice Neil Gorsuch, one that highlighted their differing interpretations of the U.S. Constitution. At LawNews.com, Colin Kalmbacher wrote that the exchange...
It was clear from his confirmation hearings in the Senate that Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch was an egotistical, arrogant, smug ass. He confirmed that on day one in the court and continued the remainder of the spring session by annoying the hell out of the other justices with his domineering, lecturing, condescending ways. Show More Summary
Jeffrey Toobin on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s rebuttal of the newest Justice, Neil Gorsuch, during oral arguments for Gill v. Whitford on Tuesday.