Breaking: Unanimous Supreme Court Dismisses Va. Racial Gerrymandering Case on Standing Grounds, Making No New Voting Law

The Supreme Court has decided Wittman v. Personhuballah, ruling against members of Congress on standing grounds. The lower court found that the congressional plan was an unconstitutional racial gerrymander, and the members of Congress challenged this holding. In a short … 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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