Do Americans Think Corporations Have the Right to Religious Freedom?We did a survey, and the answer is no.
The Fourth Amendment Goes DigitalThe Supreme Courts shows it understands how cellphones tip the privacy balance.
The Political Gabfest: The “Inside Baseball” Bonus SegmentListen to election law expert Rick Hasen explain recent court rulings that could shape 2016.
How to Take Out a Supreme Court JusticeWhen politicians target elected judges with big money, the justice system loses.
The Non-Constitutional Non-CrisisThe Guantánamo prisoner exchange is the furthest thing from a constitutional problem.
Not in My BackyardThe courts and legislatures won’t solve our gun problem. Maybe the free market can.
Chilling EffectHow the attacks on a University of Virginia law professor are bad for academia, and all of us.
Liberals Just Need to Stay Away From the Supreme CourtIf you’re a liberal, and thinking of bringing a case to the Supreme Court, don’t.
Pay Up, BPIt’s outrageous for the company to wriggle out of the settlement for the Gulf Coast oil spill.
The New Law of ReligionHobby Lobby rewrites religious-freedom law in ways that ignore everything that came before.
The Breakfast Table Out LoudListen to Dahlia Lithwick and Eric Posner consider faux-nanimity on the high court and what’s hinky about Hobby Lobby.
Rand Paul, Criminal Justice HeroThe senator from Kentucky wants to give ex-felons the vote even though they won’t vote Republican.
Here’s $20 Million for Your CandidateThe Scott Walker case could shred the remaining limits on influencing elections.
“Where Do You Think That Rage Came From?”To get parole, people sentenced to life as juveniles must reckon with their pasts.
Not Your Law School Graduation SpeakerProgressive law students won’t hear from the lions of the Warren Court again this week.
Will Eric Holder Back Off? The attorney general doesn’t really want New York Times reporter James Risen to go to jail.
“There Have Been No Direct Threats, I’m Delighted to Say”Meet the Bush-appointed judge who just brought marriage equality to Pennsylvania.
Death by NitrogenIf lethal injection falls out of favor, death penalty states could turn to a new method: nitrogen gas.
Who Needs the Supreme Court?Gay marriage might just become the law of the land without ever heading back to Justice Kennedy.