Marty Lederman
Marty Lederman

Marty Lederman teaches constitutional law at the Georgetown University Law Center. He was deputy assistant attorney general in the Department of Justice's Office of Legal Counsel 2009-10 and an attorney advisor in OLC 1994-2002. He has been a regular contributor to several legal blogs, including Just Security, Balkinization, and SCOTUSblog.

The Breakfast Table
June 25 2015 4:26 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableTextualism? Purposivism? The chief justice comes down on the side of interpretive pragmatism.
Convictions
July 2 2008 4:45 PMAh, but the Question Is *Not* Whether It Is "Wise" To Detain the Uighurs, "All Things Considered"
Convictions
July 2 2008 9:16 AMThe Logic of Indefinite Dentention: How All the World's Militants Are Connected to the 9/11 Attacks
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June 14 2008 9:03 AMCloser to Consensus
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June 12 2008 3:01 PMThe Most Important (Unanswered) Question of Them All
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June 12 2008 10:56 AMPreliminary Reaction to Boumediene
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June 10 2008 1:40 AMWhat Would Be So Terrible About a Reversion to FISA?
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June 2 2008 4:07 PMPrognostications—Boumediene and Congress
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May 16 2008 12:04 PMRecalling the Grand, Old Party
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May 15 2008 11:38 AM"Relaxed Procedural Protections" in Terrorism Cases: What the Military Commissions Debate Is Really About
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May 5 2008 6:01 AMDoes Anyone Care Whether the Bombing in Somalia Was Legal?
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April 23 2008 11:38 PM"The Underdeveloped Jurisprudence of the Forcing/Pouring Distinction"
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April 11 2008 3:21 PMYoo, Tenure, and the Academy
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April 7 2008 1:51 PMWhat's Law Got To Do With It?
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April 6 2008 8:20 PMStraw Men
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July 3 2008 10:07 AMIf a Federal Statute Falls in the Forest and No One's Around, Does It Make a Sound (or Undermine What Would Otherwise Be a "National Consensus")?
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July 2 2008 9:52 AMThe "M-Box" Has Got No Clothes!
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June 17 2008 10:37 AMHow Did Jim Haynes and Donald Rumsfeld Come to Authorize Torture, Cruel Treatment, and Systematic Violations of the UCMJ?
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June 13 2008 11:27 AMWhat's the Big Rush?
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June 12 2008 2:11 PMCan the Executive Avoid the Impact of Boumediene by Moving the Detainees to Another Foreign Facility?
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June 10 2008 2:18 AMJustice O'Connor's Fragile Legacies
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June 9 2008 10:24 AMThe Strange Yet Predictable Saga of Sen. McCain, FISA, and Article II
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May 30 2008 11:07 AM(Please Don't) Play It Again, Sam
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May 15 2008 5:49 PMThe Most Important Aspect of Today's Decision?
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May 15 2008 11:01 AMAnticipating Today's Same-Sex Marriage Decision in California
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April 28 2008 11:02 AMVoter ID Laws: A "Solution" in Search of a Problem
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April 23 2008 11:29 PMThe Most Important, and Alarming, Contemporary Legal Story of Them All . . .
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April 7 2008 3:47 PM"At the Highest Levels"
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April 7 2008 12:55 AMIs the Iraq War Soon To Be Unlawful?: Show Me the Money
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April 6 2008 1:23 PMDefending Yoo's "Distinct Methodological Valence," But Not the Merits

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