Was there ever really a race for this Supreme Court seat?
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How Can We Be Sure Brett Kavanaugh Will Be An ‘Independent’ Justice?
After all, the man seems to be at the president's beck and call.
Poll: What Name Should Brett Kavanaugh Take, Now That He’s A Justice?
You know how popes take new names when they ascend? We should do the same for Justices.
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The nominee will -- and should -- be one of these two very well-credentialed, highly regarded, experienced federal judges.
Here’s What Brett Kavanaugh’s College Roommate Has To Say
He believes second Brett Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez's tale of sexual misconduct.
Omnibus Collection Of Brett Kavanaugh Allegations: 10 Character And Fitness Concerns
Here are 10 allegations that did not happen to Neil Gorsuch, Samuel Alito, or John Roberts.
What Exactly Does Kamala Harris Have On Brett Kavanaugh?
Nice little nomination you got here. Shame if anything happened to it.
Why Solo Practitioners And Small Firms Should Pay More To Their Student Law Clerks
Just because you can pay a small wage to a law student, does it mean that you should?
Shocking Exactly No One, Anita Hill Doesn’t Think Brett Kavanaugh Should Be On The Supreme Court
Why would a little thing like lying matter anyway?
What You Need To Know From The Testimony Of Christine Blasey Ford And Brett Kavanaugh
Check out the updated live reactions from Brett Kavanaugh's testimony.
10 Questions for Brett Kavanaugh
This piece originally appeared at The New York Review of Books. As a matter of policy, the ACLU, of which David Cole is the national legal director, neither endorses nor opposes Supreme Court nominees.With his selection of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy’s seat on the United States Supreme Court, President Donald Trump has the opportunity to alter the makeup of the court for generations — and to place it far to the right of the American public. Justice Kennedy, himself…
9 law experts on what Brett Kavanaugh means for the future of America
Credit: Tom Williams/Pool Image via AP 9 law experts on what Brett Kavanaugh means for the future of America By Oct 09, 2018 at 10:32 pm Brett Kavanaugh is more of a centrist than his critics say, said Sen. Susan Collins of the newest Supreme Court justice Collins, oft-described as a moderate Republican herself, said she believed Kavanaugh would prevail as a voice of reason, and that he would not overturn Roe v. Wade. We asked legal experts to respond to this with…
How to Resolve Mistakes Made by a Court Clerk
It's true. Court Clerks make mistakes! Unfortunately, mistakes made by a court clerk can be very difficult to fix. Learn how to fix court and clerk errors.
Why I Didn’t Sign the Kennedy Clerks’ Letter Supporting Confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh
Last week, 72 of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s former law clerks signed a letter addressed to Senators Grassley and Feinstein, respectively the chairman and ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, urgi...
How Brett Kavanaugh Erases Inconvenient Women
He has no compunction about dismissing the very humanity of women he does not know personally.
How to Fight Brett Kavanaugh
Removing a Supreme Court justice is nearly impossible—but Democrats can still weaken his power.
Why His Female Law Clerks Are Among Kavanaugh’s Biggest Advocates
“He couldn't be a better advocate for women in his actual day-to-day life,” former clerk Rebecca Taibleson says, “which I think is the most telling place to look for evidence of this.”
How Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation will affect the Supreme Court
Rory Little, professor of law at UC Hastings, sat down with ABC7 to discuss how Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation will affect the Supreme Court in the future.
How Brett Kavanaugh Could Reshape Environmental Law From the Supreme Court
Judge Kavanaugh voted in a number of high-profile cases to limit E.P.A. rules on issues like climate change and air pollution.