Case Western Reserve University
Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law; contributing editor to the National Review and regular contributor to the legal blog, The Volokh Conspiracy
Sometimes, as President Trump recently found out, they really are laughing at you behind your back. But does that matter?
Dec. 6from Left, Right & Center
At yesterday’s opening session, the US Supreme Court declined to take up cases involving same-sex marriage. Was that a surprise—or not?
Oct. 7, 2014from To the Point
As the US Supreme Court recessed this week until next October, John Roberts completed his sixth term as Chief Justice of the United States.
Jun. 28, 2011from Which Way, L.A.?
It’s not enough, and it’s too late.
Mar. 13from Left, Right & Center
Amid the novel coronavirus spreading, stocks are plunging, an infected cruise ship is docking, and people are stocking up on toilet paper.
Mar. 9from Greater LA
When the president downplays a pandemic or implies aid to states are being withheld until governors say nice things about him, can he be sued?
Apr. 1from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
As results from Super Tuesday come in, we analyze what happened in LA County and look at other interesting races around Southern California.
Mar. 4from Greater LA
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will likely mean crowded hospitals, school closings and shuttered workplaces. It could even lead to a global recession.
Mar. 5from To the Point
Former Los Angeles City Councilman Mitchell Englander has agreed to plead guilty to federal obstruction of justice.
Mar. 31from KCRW Features
What can the president do about the coronavirus outbreak?
Mar. 10from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
It’s primary election day in California and 13 other states (plus one territory). In LA County, about 1000 voting centers are open until 8 PM.
Mar. 3from Greater LA
A combat veteran reflects on the moral impact America’s longest war has had on its own people.
Mar. 13from Scheer Intelligence