He Made Us All Victims and AccomplicesFor 20 years, I’ve felt it was too early to speak up about Judge Alex Kozinski. Now I fear it’s too late.
Why Conservatives Should Embrace Robert MuellerThe perils of scuttling one of the most important counterintelligence investigations of our time.
From Masquerade Laws to Bathroom BillsThe ugly legal history behind the opposition to California’s new trans rights bill.
Dubious Don Jr.The many reasons to be skeptical of Donald Trump Jr.’s attorney-client privilege claim.
The Cake Is Just the BeginningJustice Gorsuch’s radical First Amendment theory could sabotage civil rights law.
Sorry, New York TimesProsecuting Trump cronies under the Logan Act would be a terrible own goal for Robert Mueller.
We’ve Already Litigated ThisA cake maker has as much right to discriminate against gay customers as a BBQ shop has a right to discriminate against black ones: None.
A Poll Tax in New HampshireState Republicans’ insidious new scheme to disenfranchise college students.
Robert Mueller Has a PlanHow the special counsel’s deal with Michael Flynn neutralizes Trump’s pardon power.
The Reliable JusticeAnthony Kennedy’s equal rights rulings prior to Cakeshop should have been easy to predict.
A Legal Fight Donald Trump Should WinThe president is in the right in the battle over who should lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Vote Suppressors UnleashedA district judge might be handing Donald Trump a chance to supercharge voter suppression.
Nice Merger You Got There. Shame if Something Happened to It.Is the Trump administration’s newfound zeal for antitrust just a thinly veiled attack on CNN—and the First Amendment?
Wrongly Imprisoned for Killing His Infant Daughter, a Father Could Go Free This WeekThe science on shaken baby syndrome, it turns out, was not actually sound and should not have been used for putting this father behind bars.
Is It Too Late for Robert Mueller to Save Us?It might not be enough for the special counsel to hand us a smoking gun and an indictment.
Neil Gorsuch’s Independent StreakAt arguments in Carpenter v. United States, the conservative justice used originalist principles to defend 21st-century digital privacy.
What the Lawyer Who Led the Effort to Flood the Airports During Travel Ban 1.0 Is Doing NowAn Amicus podcast transcript.
Frosted FloodgatesA Supreme Court ruling in favor of Masterpiece Cakeshop would destroy discrimination law.
Judges Over PrinciplesThe never-Trump legal movement has morphed into a push to pack the courts with Trump-selected judges.
Another Obstruction AngleWas Trump intentionally trying to block the investigation into Flynn’s Turkey ties?