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.

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April 6 2008 1:23 PMDefending Yoo's "Distinct Methodological Valence," But Not the Merits
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April 4 2008 8:53 PMDavid Addington's Living Constitution?
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April 2 2008 7:07 PMThe Yoo/Chertoff/Ashcroft Memo?
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March 31 2008 9:13 AMNo Way to Run a Government
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March 28 2008 2:04 AMDefending My "Devotion to the Forms of Legality," "Verging on Fanaticism"
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March 26 2008 11:57 PMAn Independent DNI?
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March 23 2008 7:00 PMThank Heavens for the Bulgarians in Iraq!
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March 21 2008 6:52 PMWho You Calling a Hypocrite?
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March 18 2008 7:51 PMA Question for Eric
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March 17 2008 11:36 AMThis Is Really, Really, Fuckin’ Brilliant!
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Aug. 30 2007 10:48 AMWhat's Wrong With the Protect America Act
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April 5 2008 2:00 PMActually, the Answer is Rather Easy
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April 4 2008 7:27 AMIn Defense of the Indefensible
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March 31 2008 7:08 PMIs There Any Way to Fix Legislative Oversight of Intelligence Operations?
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March 29 2008 4:01 AMFair-Weather Unitarians
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March 27 2008 6:02 PMThe Times: Not Heroic, Simply Doing Its Job
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March 23 2008 11:36 PMWhat Relief Are Omar and Munaf seeking?
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March 22 2008 1:51 PMWhat's More Important than Reducing Abortions?
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March 18 2008 11:01 PMWolves at My Door
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March 18 2008 12:57 AMJust When You Thought You'd Had Your Fill of Commentary on the Gun Case ...
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Aug. 30 2007 1:26 PMAre We Heading Back to the Bad Old Days?
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Aug. 28 2007 4:35 PMEureka—the Government Admits It's Been Breaking the Law!
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Aug. 28 2015 12:31 PM What Happened at Slate This Week? International affairs writer Joshua Keating on what to read to understand the apparently permanent slowdown of the Chinese economy.