Understanding what's at stake in the important case of Kisor v. Wilkie.
A never-ending war may mean a life sentence for being classified as an enemy combatant.
Jamelle Bouie's counterintuitive recommendation would effectively eliminate constitutional limits on elected officials, including Trump and every demagogue who follows him.
Plus: intra-conservative culture war, Tulsi Gabbard on Snowden, and more…
Sometimes Dershowitz gives really bad advice
An awful lot, but who's counting?
If Kavanaugh is a committed originalist, you would never know it based on his complacent behavior in Timbs v. Indiana.
SCOTUS sidesteps the hard questions in Box v. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky.
And that whole Voting Rights Act justification? Kinda the opposite, actually.
Some thoughts on a new draft article by Jeff Fisher and Alli Larsen
Dissenting From a Decision Blocking a Retaliatory Arrest Claim, Neil Gorsuch Notes That 'Almost Anyone Can Be Arrested for Something'
The Trump appointee warns that "little would be left of our First Amendment liberties" if cops could punish people who irk them by finding a legal reason to bust them.
Nine years after his shooting death on the border, the family of Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca may finally get a chance to hold the border agent accountable.
More often than you might think
Depends on who you ask.
In his new memoir, the retired justice seeks to justify his awful eminent domain ruling.
Ilya Somin of "The Volokh Conspiracy" discusses the dangers of liberal proposals to pack the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court's dueling opinions in Apple, Inc. v. Pepper raise interesting questions about textualist statutory interpretation.
Does current precedent forbidding discrimination on the basis of sex-based stereotypes apply here?
Plus: Violence in Sri Lanka leads to social media suppression, and the White House wants to make it harder for pretrial diversion participants to get government jobs.
The owner of a clothing line asks the Supreme Court to overturn the ban on "scandalous" trademarks because it violates the First Amendment.
Are we squandering a rare opportunity to learn more about the justices?
Episode 3 of Free Speech Rules, starring UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh
The justices are considering if the prosecutor was racially biased in keeping African-Americans off the jury.
Police Sicced a Dog on a Surrendering Man. Will the Supreme Court Review the Doctrine That Gave Them Immunity?
The ACLU wants the Supreme Court to revisit the notorious qualified immunity doctrine.
Texas Would Rather Ban All Chaplains from Execution Chambers Than Placate One Buddhist Inmate in His Final Moments
Equal treatment under the law can mean everyone is treated equally poorly
Justices leave intact a ruling allowing detention for 48 hours of those who cannot immediately pay for their release.
The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 last night to grant Patrick Murphy's petition for a stay.
John Sturgeon can once again "rev up his hovercraft" to hunt moose on Alaska's rivers, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously.
There is growing support for packing the Supreme Court among liberal Democrats, including some presidential candidates. It's a terrible idea that would severely damage the institution of judicial review, if ever implemented. Thoughtful liberals would do well to reject it.
Conservative majority declines to consider constitutional concerns of holding noncitizens without hearings.
An overlooked ruling could force small businesses to pay sales tax in dozens, even hundreds, of jurisdictions where they have no representation.
A state-level decision against the property owner shows the limits of the Supreme Court's wedding cake ruling.
The Court has released same-day audio of oral arguments before. Why can't it be a regular practice?
The Supreme Court weighs in.
Both sides agree to stand down. First Amendment precedents were on the baker's side.
The alternatives suggested by defenders of the monument do not seem much better.