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Other Legal News

Barrett Is Seated at a Pivotal Moment
The New York Times, October 27, 2020

The new justice’s colleagues limit vote-counting in Wisconsin: This is your morning tip sheet.


The Shadow of the 2000 Election
The New York Times, October 27, 2020

The Biden and Trump campaigns are quietly preparing for a contested election. What have Democrats and Republicans learned from the last time that happened?


Missing From Supreme Court’s Election Cases: Reasons for Its Rulings
The New York Times, October 26, 2020

In a series of terse, unsigned orders, the court has been deciding many election disputes on its “shadow docket” without a murmur of explanation.


Amy Coney Barrett Oath Ceremony
Supreme Court of the United States, October 26, 2020


Argument analysis: Justices weigh mandatory deportations based on “thin reed” of minor crimes
SCOTUSblog, October 19, 2020

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Pereida v. Barr, an effort by Clemente Pereida, who has lived in the United States without authorization for nearly 25 years, to avoid mandatory deportation by presenting evidence to an immigration judge that his deportation would cause exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to his United States…


The Questions I Would Have Asked Judge Amy Coney Barrett Before Voting for Her to Ascend to the United States Supreme Court
Justia's Verdict, October 19, 2020

Marci A. Hamilton—a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and one of the country’s leading church-state scholars—offers eight questions she would have asked Judge Amy Coney Barrett during her confirmation hearings. Hamilton points out that questioning a person’s religious affiliation is considered taboo because of the false, public mythology in the United States that religion is always good and pure, despite overwhelming evidence that religion, which is run by humans, often perpetuates domestic violence against women and children.