by Caroline Cox
At The Boston Globe, Kent Greenfield, faculty advisor for the ACS Boston College Law School Chapter, argues that the same-sex marriage ruling was as much an emotional exercise as an intellectual one.
Eric Segall discusses at Dorf on Law how Justice Antonin Scalia has become “a caricature of the bitter old man despondent about the ‘good old days.’”
The Editorial Board of The New York Times argues that it is time for the Supreme Court to allow television cameras in the courtroom.
Brianne Gorod explains at Slate how President Obama’s choice not to defend the federal Defense of Marriage Act influenced the Obergefell ruling.
At the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice, Ciara Torres-Spelliscy calls the ruling in the Arizona redistricting case “a win for democracy.”