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Items tagged with SCOTUS


  • February 19
    On January 17, 2018, Penn Law adjunct professor James A. Feldman argued Encino Motorcars, LLC v. Navarro in front of the Supreme Court of the United States to determine whether service advisors in car dealerships are entitled to overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
  • February 13
    In a wide-ranging discussion Feb. 12 that covered the #MeToo movement, her judicial decisions, and her hopes for the next generation of advocates, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shared her reflections on 25 years as a member of the Supreme Court during Penn Law’s Owen J. Roberts Memorial Lecture.
  • April 10
    Search and browse full court opinions from 1975-2016
  • February 15
    American legal scholars have ushered in a new school of thought that has been overly skeptical of judicial supremacy. While scholars such as Larry Kramer base their arguments for their distrust of judicial supremacy on the weak premise of it being counter to historical traditions, most scholars put forward the more philosophical argument that judicial supremacy contrives a society where people lose the vital will and motivation for civic participation. These scholars are known as Popular Constitutionalists and they unanimously advocate for putting an end to judicial supremacy and handing the Constitution over to the people.