Walter Dellinger

Walter Dellinger is a professor of law (on leave) at Duke University and a partner in the appellate practice at O’Melveny & Myers in Washington, D.C.

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June 29 2009 12:29 PMTaking Ricci Off the Table
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June 26 2009 6:15 PMJudges With Attitude
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June 24 2009 6:33 PMYou Go, Girls
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June 22 2009 6:07 PMPlenty of Drama in Today's Voting Rights Act Decision
History Lesson
Sept. 26 2008 2:13 PM"Negro to Address Ole Miss Class"The headline you won't be reading about tonight's presidential debate.
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June 26 2008 11:25 AMThe Purpose of Punitive Damages
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June 24 2008 11:10 AMA New Era of Good Feelings?
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June 29 2007 11:17 AMEverything Conservatives Should Abhor
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June 28 2007 9:32 AMHow Brown v. Board of Education Changed the South Forever
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June 26 2007 6:22 PMThe Fine Art of Overruling
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June 26 2007 11:35 AMHow Can You Limit Corporate Speech Without Limiting the New York Times?
Jurisprudence
March 26 2007 4:44 PMWhat Congress Gets To KnowHow to end the standoff on executive privilege and the U.S. attorney scandal.
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June 29 2006 7:46 PMPlacing the Presidency Back Under the Law
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June 29 2006 12:03 PMJohn Roberts' Mathematical Miracle
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June 27 2006 6:40 PMPartisanship Was the Only Thing
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June 29 2009 8:20 AMSouter: A Last Lecture on Gay Marriage?
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June 25 2009 6:45 PMWhere Sotomayor Might Make a Real Difference
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June 23 2009 6:38 PMWhat Anthony Kennedy Sees Is Law
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June 21 2009 9:51 PMHarmonic Convergence at the High Court
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June 27 2008 5:17 PMJustice Scalia's Absolutist Vision
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June 24 2008 11:06 PMIt's Huge
Jurisprudence
Jan. 8 2008 12:17 PMElection BurdenIndiana's voter-ID law is harmful and worthless.
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June 28 2007 6:29 PMParsing the All-Powerful Kennedy Concurrence
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June 27 2007 7:48 PMA Mistake of Historic Proportions
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June 26 2007 2:27 PMSupreme Oracles of Constitutional Meaning—Always a Bad Idea
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June 25 2007 3:14 PMThe Conservatives Crush
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June 30 2006 6:03 PMStill "the Most Important Decision on Presidential Power Ever"
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June 29 2006 5:59 PMThe Most Important Decision on Presidential Power. Ever.
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June 28 2006 7:37 PMJustice DeLayed
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June 27 2006 10:49 AMA Punishment in Search of a Crime

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