Category Archives: Special Issue – March 2008

The Roberts Court & The Business Cases

Sunday, April 6, 2008 | Comments Off on The Roberts Court & The Business Cases

This is the Court, it is said, that Wall Street has fallen madly in love with.’ It is an absolute bull market at the Supreme Court. In fact, as the Court rose for the summer recess, one leading member...

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Roundtable Discussion

Sunday, March 9, 2008 | Comments Off on Roundtable Discussion

Roundtable discussion between Vikram Amar, Joan Biskupic, Douglas W. Kmiec, Jeffrey Rosen, Kenneth W. Starr, and Kathleen M. Sullivan. Click Here to Download Full Article…

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Introduction to Symposium: An Enigmatic Court? Examining the Roberts Court as It Begins Year Three

Saturday, March 8, 2008 | Comments Off on Introduction to Symposium: An Enigmatic Court? Examining the Roberts Court as It Begins Year Three

Symposium introductory notes by Douglas W. Kmiec and Kenneth W. Starr. Click Here to Download Full Article…

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The Inaugural William French Smith Memorial Lecture: A Look at Supreme Court Advocacy with Justice Samuel Alito

Friday, March 7, 2008 | Comments Off on The Inaugural William French Smith Memorial Lecture: A Look at Supreme Court Advocacy with Justice Samuel Alito

Notes from four prominent scholars at the William French Smith Memorial Lecture, regarding Supreme Court advocacy. Click Here to Download Full Article…

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Free Speech

Wednesday, March 5, 2008 | Comments Off on Free Speech

Last year was a very big year for freedom of speech in the Roberts Court—or more precisely, it was a big year with respect to some kinds of speech cases but not others. To tell you about freedom of...

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Criminal Justice

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 | Comments Off on Criminal Justice

When asked to talk for fifteen minutes about the criminal law and criminal procedure cases of the Roberts Court, I was a bit daunted because, of course, that is an umbrella that includes a lot of really meaty topics:...

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