Judging Biden


Professor John P. Collins, Jr. discusses how President Biden’s judicial nomination strategy has evolved from previous Administrations, and how he is
tackling judicial nominations at a breakneck pace.

Post-pandemic Recommendations: COVID-19 Continuity of Court Operations During a Public Health Emergency Workgroup


The Arizona Courts completed a comprehensive study of post-COVID practices in courts, recommending changes that should continue in the future. 

Suing Texas State S.B. 8 Plaintiffs Under Federal Law for Violations of Constitutional Rights


SMU Law Professor Anthony Colangelo discusses potential constitutional violations by those plaintiffs who bring suit under recent Texas abortion laws.


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Judging Biden

By: John P. Collins, Jr. It would have been easy for President Joe Biden to approach judicial appointments (and, particularly, circuit court appointments) the same way as the Administration he served as Vice President. Like President Obama, President Biden inherited a...

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