Jed Handelsman Shugerman
Jed Handelsman Shugerman

Jed Handelsman Shugerman is a Fordham law professor and the author of The People’s Courts and shugerblog.com. He is a co-author on an amicus brief in CREW v. Trump.

Jurisprudence
April 17 2018 12:24 PMNo Pardon for You, Michael CohenWhy the state should amend its double jeopardy law to defend against corrupt Trump pardons.
Jurisprudence
April 2 2018 5:07 PMThe Supreme Court Could Take a Lesson From the Emoluments JudgeThe judiciary needs to stop using the “political thicket” as an excuse to shirk its judicial duties.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 1 2017 5:53 PMRobert Mueller Has a PlanHow the special counsel’s deal with Michael Flynn neutralizes Trump’s pardon power.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 5 2017 5:14 PMNo Pardoning This OffenseIf Trump tries to evade the Mueller investigation, states could bring these criminal charges.
Jurisprudence
July 17 2017 5:42 PMPresidential RevisionismThe New York Times published the flimsiest defense of Trump’s apparent emoluments violations yet.
The Hive
June 21 2012 9:45 AMBalanced ChecksIt should take two-thirds of the Supreme Court to stop Congress.
Political Gabfest
March 30 2012 1:03 PMThe Eat Your Broccoli GabfestListen to Slate's show about the Supreme Court’s Affordable Care Act arguments, possible political fallout from the decision, and the pros and cons of judicial elections.
Jurisprudence
April 9 2018 8:08 PMWhy Robert Mueller Handed Off the Michael Cohen RaidThe special counsel might be insulating his investigation against his own potential firing.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 5 2017 6:51 PMThe Trump Court-Packing Plan Is Based on a FictionThere is no judicial workload crisis.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 3 2017 2:07 PMRobert Mueller’s Brilliant Strategy for Outmaneuvering Trump PardonsThe president cannot save Paul Manafort.
Jurisprudence
July 21 2017 2:09 PMTrump Can’t Escape the StatesNo matter whom he fires or pardons, the president won’t be able to hide from state attorneys general.
Jurisprudence
March 21 2017 10:38 AMNeil Gorsuch and the “Frozen Trucker”The judge’s infamous dissent reveals he may not have the temperament to serve on the Supreme Court.
The Hive
June 20 2012 6:19 PMBalanced ChecksIt should take two-thirds of the Supreme Court to stop Congress.