Pardon Us

The faculty lounge has reopened — and just in time to mark a landmark birthday for one of our esteemed instructors. After the festivities, the professors weigh in on a gaggle of issues: the Trump travel ban goes before the Supreme Court; another legal smackdown over DACA; the prospects for progress in North Korea; Syria and war powers; and a presidential pardon for Jack Johnson. All that plus our annual World Series picks and the first ever Law Talk shout-out to Sylvester Stallone.

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There are 4 comments.

  1. Blondie Thatcher

    Nice picture, @ejhill. You knocked it out of the park. 

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    • April 28, 2018, at 11:47 AM PST
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  2. Saint Augustine Member

    For the record, I really like this podcast.

    Marbury v. Madison is an originalist doctrine; at any rate, Michael Paulsen says so.

    In my own informal readings of con law, I’ve seen plenty talk of judicial review from the founding generation and before. Even the doctrine of judicial supremacy appears there; even the doctrine of judicial exclusivity in Constitutional interpretation is supported by Mr. Smith in the first Congress, although these views are adequately refuted by Jefferson and Madison).

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    • April 29, 2018, at 3:31 PM PST
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  3. Texmoor Coolidge

    Houston will repeat. Go ‘Stros!

    • #3
    • April 30, 2018, at 12:52 PM PST
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  4. Troy Senik Contributor

    Texmoor (View Comment):

    Houston will repeat. Go ‘Stros!

    Who do I talk to around here about a redaction?

    • #4
    • May 1, 2018, at 6:22 AM PST
    • 1 like