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[Jonathan H. Adler] Is Kids Climate Case Coming to an End?

The "trial of the century" may not happen after all.On the eve of Thanksgiving, a federal district court judge may have conceded that there will be no federal trial in a case to force the federal government to take more … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] Grand Jury to Investigate Kris Kobach

Another bad legal development for the Kansas Secretary of State and Gubernatorial hopeful.In June, a federal judge sanctioned Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach for "a pattern and practice . . . of flaunting disclosure and discovery rules" in litigation … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] The Most Cited Legal Academics 2013-17

A new report on the academic influence of law faculties and tallies of legal citations by specialty.As Eugene noted, there is a new, updated study of law school "scholarly impact" by Gregory Sisk, et al. This study looks to measure … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] "A Shameful, Cynical Attack on the Rule of Law"

House Republicans seeking to impeach Rod Rosenstein embarrass themselves.On Wednesday, a handful of House Republicans introduced a resolution to impeach Deputy Attorney Genral Rod Rosenstein. It is a piece of work. Harvard law professor Jack Goldsmith, former head of the … Continue reading

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[Jonathan H. Adler] 8 Reasons Why Obergefell Won't Be Overturned

In tomorrow's WSJ, the Cato Institute's Walter Olson explains why the Supreme Court's landmark decision in OBergefell v. Hodges is not at risk of being overturned, no matter who replaces Justice Kennedy on the Court. He identifies eight reasons, some … Continue reading

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