Some Blurred Lines: The 2022-2023 Supreme Court Term

By Alice K. Jump The popular conception of the current Supreme Court is that it has a conservative 6-3 super majority that will follow Republican doctrine when it comes to striking down affirmative action, eroding LGBTQ rights, and invalidating student loan forgiveness. The politically charged decisions of the past term...

Read More

Supreme Court Reinstates Stay on Biden’s Vaccine Mandate for Private Employers

In a 6-3 decision issued January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court cast significant doubt on the viability of a pillar of President Biden’s plan to fight to the spread of Covid-19. The Court’s majority held that challengers were likely to succeed on their claim that the Occupational Safety and Health...

Read More