Laurence Tribe

Harvard University

Laurence Tribe is a professor of constitutional law at Harvard University and the co-author of Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and The Constitution.

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Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp" in Washington, but critics say he's creating a new swamp of potential conflicts of interest.

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Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp" in Washington, but critics say he's creating a new swamp of potential conflicts of interest.

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This month, the US Supreme Court is expected to decide cases on the limits of speech during abortion protests, organized labor and when police can search your cell phone.

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