Breaking and Analysis: Federal District Court Upholds Restrictive NC Voting Law in 485-Page Opinion

Federal district court judge Thomas Schroeder has issued this 485-page opinion considering constitutional and Voting Rights Act challenges to North Carolina’s 2013 restrictive voting law (which I have discussed in a number of places including this Harvard Law Review forum … Continue reading

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“Election Law’s Path in the Roberts Court’s First Decade: A Sharp Right Turn but with Speed Bumps and Surprising Twists”

I have posted a revised version of this paper (forthcoming, Stanford Law Review) to take into account the death of Justice Scalia.  Here is the revised abstract: This Essay describes the path of election law jurisprudence in the Roberts Court and … Continue reading

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Revised Version of Paper on Election Law at the Roberts Court

I have now posted a revised version of Election Law’s Path in the Roberts Court’s First Decade: A Sharp Right Turn but with Speed Bumps and Surprising Twists, forthcoming Stanford Law Review (2016). Though revised, the revision was completed before Justice Scalia’s … Continue reading

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