Constitutional Law

One for all: Are nationwide injunctions legal?

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Vol. 102 No. 3 | Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics

Nationwide injunctions have been much in the headlines in recent years. Since 2008, lower federal courts have issued dozens of injunctions to block government policies from being enforced not just […]

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How Lockhart should have been decided (Canons are not the key)

How Lockhart Should Have Been Decided (Canons Are Not the Key)

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Vol. 101 No. 4 | Equal opportunity?

That is an altogether presumptuous title, written with a smile. The case is Lockhart v. United States, 136 s. Ct. 958 (2016). It’s fascinating for the debate over conflicting canons […]

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