Linda Greenhouse

Linda Greenhouse covered the Supreme Court for the New York Times for 30 years. Since January 2009, she has been the Knight Distinguished Journalist in Residence and Joseph Goldstein Senior Fellow in Law at Yale Law School.

The Hive
June 8 2012 7:30 AMThe 18-Year BenchLinda Greenhouse calls for Supreme Court term limits.
The Breakfast Table
June 29 2009 2:39 PMAre Sotomayor's Critics Stuck?
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June 29 2009 9:33 AMSocial Science for an Audience of Nine
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June 26 2009 6:55 PMFun With SCOTUS Stats
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June 25 2009 7:30 PMRescuing the Court From an Institutional Train Wreck
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June 24 2009 7:11 PMSymmetry vs. Entitlement
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June 23 2009 3:30 PMThe Now-Notorious Berkeley Speech
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June 22 2009 5:17 PMNarrowly Avoiding a Constitutional Revolution
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June 22 2009 9:31 AMA Breathtakingly Polarized Court
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June 29 2009 5:24 PMWho Called Off the Charge?
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June 29 2009 1:05 PMAn Opinion Without Staying Power?
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June 28 2009 12:26 PMConfronting the Confrontation Clause
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June 26 2009 2:35 PMThe No-Federal-Judges Zone Gets a Lot Bigger
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June 25 2009 1:03 PMIs There an Illicit Market in Advil?
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June 24 2009 10:06 AMDo Female Judges Have To Quit Their All-Women Book Groups?
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June 23 2009 9:47 AMMore Cynical Than Minimalist
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June 22 2009 1:39 PMThere's Always Another Day

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View From Chicago

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Or at least trade it for something.

Space: The Next Generation

An All-Female Mission to Mars

As a NASA guinea pig, I verified that women would be cheaper to launch than men.

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The Legal Loophole That Allows Microsoft to Seize Assets and Shut Down Companies

  News & Politics
Jurisprudence
Oct. 19 2014 1:05 PM Dawn Patrol Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s critically important 5 a.m. wake-up call on voting rights.
  Business
Business Insider
Oct. 19 2014 11:40 AM Pot-Infused Halloween Candy Is a Worry in Colorado
  Life
Outward
Oct. 17 2014 5:26 PM Judge Begrudgingly Strikes Down Wyoming’s Gay Marriage Ban
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 17 2014 4:23 PM A Former FBI Agent On Why It’s So Hard to Prosecute Gamergate Trolls
  Slate Plus
Slate Picks
Oct. 17 2014 1:33 PM What Happened at Slate This Week?  Senior editor David Haglund shares what intrigued him at the magazine. 
  Arts
Behold
Oct. 19 2014 4:33 PM Building Family Relationships in and out of Juvenile Detention Centers
  Technology
Future Tense
Oct. 17 2014 6:05 PM There Is No Better Use For Drones Than Star Wars Reenactments
  Health & Science
Space: The Next Generation
Oct. 19 2014 11:45 PM An All-Female Mission to Mars As a NASA guinea pig, I verified that women would be cheaper to launch than men.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 16 2014 2:03 PM Oh What a Relief It Is How the rise of the bullpen has changed baseball.