The Resource The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court

Label
The Supreme Court
Title
The Supreme Court
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"This book explores the Supreme Court from a variety of perspectives, beginning with how the court does its work and proceeding to look at the current court: the individual justices, their complex interactions with and influences on their colleagues, their jurisprudence -- that is, the principles and philosophies that govern their thinking -- and how their opinions, concurrences, and dissents not only apply constitutional law but shape it."--Preface
Cataloging source
DON
Dewey number
347.73/26
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
KF8742
LC item number
.S86 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The reference shelf
Series volume
volume 87, number 1
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • United States
  • Judges
  • Constitutional law
  • United States
Label
The Supreme Court
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
"Edition statement supplied by publisher."--Verso of title page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Forrest Wickman
  • Christopher Schmidt
  • The Supreme Court's baffling tech illiteracy is becoming a problem
  • Selina MacLaren
  • The Supreme Court: the last bastion of American leadership?
  • Matt K. Lewis
  • The Supreme Court's ultimate test
  • Laurence H. Tribe
  • The Supreme Court steps: an architectural dissent
  • Paul Goldberger
  • Supreme Court of the United States: Rule 10 Considerations governing review of Writ of Certiorari
  • Why did the Court grant Cert in King v. Burwell?
  • Jonathan Adler
  • Three recently accepted cases shed light on the Supreme Court's process for granting review
  • Vikram David Amar
  • Why did Supreme Court punt on same-sex cases?
  • Tony Mauro
  • Who's getting the work at the Supreme Court?
  • Tony Mauro
  • Benched: the Supreme Court and the struggle for judicial independence
  • A Supreme Court without Stare Decisis
  • Orin Kerr
  • Supreme Court of the United States: information about opinions
  • Writing their wrongs: Supreme Court justices regularly seek to change the errors of their ways
  • Mark Walsh
  • The justices, their papers, and the claims of history
  • Christopher Schmidt
  • Pt. II,
  • The Justices : Traditional reserve, contemporary demystification
  • John Roberts, chief conservative strategist
  • Jill Lepore
  • Paul M. Barrett
  • The devastating, sneaky genius of John Roberts' opinions
  • Emily Bazelon
  • How not to misunderstand Scalia
  • Cass R. Sunstein
  • What is Clarence Thomas thinking?
  • Garrett Epps
  • Ruth Bader Ginsberg's retirement dissent
  • Amy Davidson
  • Active liberty lives!
  • Pt. I,
  • Adam Winkler
  • How Sonia Sotomayor became the Supreme Court's preeminent defender of civil liberties
  • Scott Lemieux
  • Court sense
  • Colleen Walsh
  • Breyer and Scalia debate the role of established practice in constitutional interpretation
  • Christopher Schmidt
  • Time to fix, or scrap, the confirmation hearings
  • Andrew Cohen
  • Yale, Harvard, Yale, Harvard, Yale, Harvard, Harvard, Harvard, Columbia: the thing that scares me most about the Supreme Court
  • The Court and its workings : principles and practice
  • Dahlia Lithwick
  • How judges think: a conversation with Judge Richard Posner
  • Jonathan Masur
  • Pt. III,
  • Politics and the Court : The Supreme Court and the political landscape
  • Can the Supreme Court be rescued from politics?
  • Scott Lemieux
  • Politicizing the Supreme Court
  • Eric Hamilton
  • By any means necessary
  • The Constitution of the United States: Article III
  • Linda Greenhouse
  • Americans divided on how the Supreme Court should interpret the Constitution
  • Jocelyn Kiley
  • Fault lines re-emerge in Supreme Court at end of term
  • Joan Biskupic
  • Rare unanimity in Supreme Court term, with plenty of fireworks
  • Nina Totenberg
  • Split definitive
  • Lawrence Baum and Neal Devins
  • Pt. IV,
  • The Federalist, no.78: the Judiciary Department
  • Major decisions : The Supreme Court's major decisions in historical perspective
  • Precedent and prologue
  • Jeffrey Toobin
  • 2014 election confirms Citizens United decision based on fundamentally flawed premises
  • Fred Wertheimer
  • Obama wins the battle, Roberts wins the war
  • Tom Scocca
  • Supreme Court's silence on marriage rights speaks volumes
  • Marcia Coyle
  • Why the Supreme Court may finally protect your privacy in the cloud
  • Publius [Alexander Hamilton]
  • Andy Greenberg
  • Dawn patrol
  • Richard L. Hasen
  • Supreme Court deals major blow to patent trolls
  • Klint Finley
  • The trap in the Supreme Court's "narrow" decisions
  • Jeffrey Toobin
  • Without actually issuing opinions, SCOTUS has already decided a lot
  • Erwin Chemerinsky
  • How the justices move the law
  • May I suggest a few revisions?
  • Richard L. Hasen
  • Pt. V,
  • Public perceptions of the Court : judging the bench
  • Why the Supreme Court needs term limits
  • Norm Ornstein
  • Cameras and the courtroom dynamic
  • Nancy Marder
  • At Supreme Court, secretiveness attracts snoops
  • Richard Wolf
  • A modest proposal
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xiv, 193 pages
Isbn
9781619256903
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn903248404
  • (OCoLC)903248404
Label
The Supreme Court
Publication
Copyright
Note
"Edition statement supplied by publisher."--Verso of title page
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Forrest Wickman
  • Christopher Schmidt
  • The Supreme Court's baffling tech illiteracy is becoming a problem
  • Selina MacLaren
  • The Supreme Court: the last bastion of American leadership?
  • Matt K. Lewis
  • The Supreme Court's ultimate test
  • Laurence H. Tribe
  • The Supreme Court steps: an architectural dissent
  • Paul Goldberger
  • Supreme Court of the United States: Rule 10 Considerations governing review of Writ of Certiorari
  • Why did the Court grant Cert in King v. Burwell?
  • Jonathan Adler
  • Three recently accepted cases shed light on the Supreme Court's process for granting review
  • Vikram David Amar
  • Why did Supreme Court punt on same-sex cases?
  • Tony Mauro
  • Who's getting the work at the Supreme Court?
  • Tony Mauro
  • Benched: the Supreme Court and the struggle for judicial independence
  • A Supreme Court without Stare Decisis
  • Orin Kerr
  • Supreme Court of the United States: information about opinions
  • Writing their wrongs: Supreme Court justices regularly seek to change the errors of their ways
  • Mark Walsh
  • The justices, their papers, and the claims of history
  • Christopher Schmidt
  • Pt. II,
  • The Justices : Traditional reserve, contemporary demystification
  • John Roberts, chief conservative strategist
  • Jill Lepore
  • Paul M. Barrett
  • The devastating, sneaky genius of John Roberts' opinions
  • Emily Bazelon
  • How not to misunderstand Scalia
  • Cass R. Sunstein
  • What is Clarence Thomas thinking?
  • Garrett Epps
  • Ruth Bader Ginsberg's retirement dissent
  • Amy Davidson
  • Active liberty lives!
  • Pt. I,
  • Adam Winkler
  • How Sonia Sotomayor became the Supreme Court's preeminent defender of civil liberties
  • Scott Lemieux
  • Court sense
  • Colleen Walsh
  • Breyer and Scalia debate the role of established practice in constitutional interpretation
  • Christopher Schmidt
  • Time to fix, or scrap, the confirmation hearings
  • Andrew Cohen
  • Yale, Harvard, Yale, Harvard, Yale, Harvard, Harvard, Harvard, Columbia: the thing that scares me most about the Supreme Court
  • The Court and its workings : principles and practice
  • Dahlia Lithwick
  • How judges think: a conversation with Judge Richard Posner
  • Jonathan Masur
  • Pt. III,
  • Politics and the Court : The Supreme Court and the political landscape
  • Can the Supreme Court be rescued from politics?
  • Scott Lemieux
  • Politicizing the Supreme Court
  • Eric Hamilton
  • By any means necessary
  • The Constitution of the United States: Article III
  • Linda Greenhouse
  • Americans divided on how the Supreme Court should interpret the Constitution
  • Jocelyn Kiley
  • Fault lines re-emerge in Supreme Court at end of term
  • Joan Biskupic
  • Rare unanimity in Supreme Court term, with plenty of fireworks
  • Nina Totenberg
  • Split definitive
  • Lawrence Baum and Neal Devins
  • Pt. IV,
  • The Federalist, no.78: the Judiciary Department
  • Major decisions : The Supreme Court's major decisions in historical perspective
  • Precedent and prologue
  • Jeffrey Toobin
  • 2014 election confirms Citizens United decision based on fundamentally flawed premises
  • Fred Wertheimer
  • Obama wins the battle, Roberts wins the war
  • Tom Scocca
  • Supreme Court's silence on marriage rights speaks volumes
  • Marcia Coyle
  • Why the Supreme Court may finally protect your privacy in the cloud
  • Publius [Alexander Hamilton]
  • Andy Greenberg
  • Dawn patrol
  • Richard L. Hasen
  • Supreme Court deals major blow to patent trolls
  • Klint Finley
  • The trap in the Supreme Court's "narrow" decisions
  • Jeffrey Toobin
  • Without actually issuing opinions, SCOTUS has already decided a lot
  • Erwin Chemerinsky
  • How the justices move the law
  • May I suggest a few revisions?
  • Richard L. Hasen
  • Pt. V,
  • Public perceptions of the Court : judging the bench
  • Why the Supreme Court needs term limits
  • Norm Ornstein
  • Cameras and the courtroom dynamic
  • Nancy Marder
  • At Supreme Court, secretiveness attracts snoops
  • Richard Wolf
  • A modest proposal
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xiv, 193 pages
Isbn
9781619256903
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn903248404
  • (OCoLC)903248404

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