A Dishonorable Anniversary: Bush v. Gore

On its tenth anniversary, Jeffrey Toobin reflects at The New Yorker on the legacy of Bush v. Gore. Image via Wikipedia Momentous Supreme Court cases tend to move quickly into the slipstream of the Court’s history. In the first ten years after Brown v. Board of Education, the 1954 decision that ended the doctrine of […]

The Legal Justification for the Native Conquest

Nazune Menka is a graduate student in environmental science who this past spring semester was participating in the Native American Political Leadership Program at George Washington University. Through the program, she had the opportunity, with other students, to meet with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. The students were given the opportunity to ask questions of […]