Professor Satz Joins Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Ethics Subcommittee

Emory Law Associate Professor Ani B. Satz has been appointed to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Ethics Subcommittee to serve a four-year term beginning July 1. Satz is one of 12 committee members who report to...[more]


Professor Kang: Court Holds Firm with Montana Case

By Michael S. Kang In American Tradition Partnership Inc. v. Bullock, the Supreme Court confirmed it has no intention of stopping the rapid deregulation of campaign finance that it set off a couple years ago in Citizens United...[more]


The Umpire-in-Chief Follows the Lead of the Great Chief Justice

By Robert A. Schapiro Chief Justice John Roberts may want to impose new limitations on federal authority, but even more, he wants to remove the U.S. Supreme Court from the center of a political debate. In this respect, history...[more]


Affordable Care Act Ruling A Victory for Children

By Barbara Bennett Woodhouse The Supreme Court’s ruling in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) cases was a victory for children. The United States ranks near the bottom of developed nations in children’s health and ACA aimed to...[more]


Georgia’s Immigration Legislation in Light of Arizona v. United States

By Polly J. Price The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Arizona v. United States affirmed broad and sweeping federal government power over immigration, with a strictly cabined role for states. Several other states, including...[more]


Supreme Court Rules Life Without Parole for Juveniles Unconstitutional

By Martha-Grace Duncan In a historic decision, on June 25, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down all state laws mandating life without parole for juvenile offenders. In a 5-4 decision in the case of Miller v. Alabama, the Court...[more]


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