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Origins of Order

Origins of Order

Paul W. Kahn— Project and system views of law are in deep tension, but this is not a tension that needs to be resolved at an abstract level. We live… READ MORE

Bostock and Originalism

Bostock and Originalism

Mark Tushnet— On June 15, 2020, the Supreme Court decided Bostock v. Clayton County. Dividing 5-4, the Court held that the ban on employment discrimination “because of sex” in Title… READ MORE

The End of Conservatism

The End of Conservatism

Paul W. Kahn— Project and system are two competing narrative forms that organize the way we imagine the nature of legal order. A project gains its principle of order from… READ MORE

Ep. 54 – Antonin Scalia

Ep. 54 – Antonin Scalia

A hero to the right, a foe to the left, Antonin Scalia was one of the most influential Supreme Court justices to ever serve. Richard Hasen discusses Scalia’s legacy. YaleUniversity… READ MORE

The Federalist Papers: On Impeachment

The Federalist Papers: On Impeachment

Sanford Levinson— Federalist 65: The Senate’s Confirmation and Impeachment Powers One of the most important distinction between the Senate and House, with regard to their constitutionally granted powers, concerns the… READ MORE

The Legality of Transgender Bathrooms

The Legality of Transgender Bathrooms

Kimberly A. Yuracko— Recently, and quite suddenly, bathroom access for transgender individuals has become the newest civil rights battleground. The Department of Justice (DOJ), The Department of Education (DOE) and… READ MORE

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