Stephen E. Sachs is the Antonin Scalia Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where he teaches civil procedure, conflict of laws, and seminars on constitutional law. His research focuses on the law and theory of constitutional interpretation, the jurisdiction of state and federal courts, the history of procedure and private law, and the role of the general common law in the U.S. legal system.
Stephen E. Sachs
Latest from Stephen E. Sachs
The residence question is closer than it might appear.
A defense of institutional neutrality.
(available as forthcoming from the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies)
On government curation and government speech.
A new norm to limit expedites.
What original principles would say about this term's big case.
A response to our criticism of a proposed Bluebook rule.
The plaintiffs' quarrel is with the statute book, not the defendants.
An old argument against "flexible and changeable interpretation."