By Gregory S. Crespi Abstract This short essay discusses my motivation for and the process I went through over the past two years developing a law school course on presidential impeachment and related topics. I recommend that those law school faculty members who may...read more
By Meg Penrose Abstract “The duty to decide is the primary judicial duty.” If one agrees with Judge Posner, then the Roberts Court is shirking its primary duty. Empirically, the Roberts Court is the least productive of any Supreme Court. It averages less than 70...read more
By Richard Delgado Abstract This is a nervous period for progressive people. The advent of an administration seemingly dedicated to mass cruelty has raised concerns over the line between conscionable and unconscionable work—always high—to fever pitch, and produced...read more
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