by Caroline Cox
Lisa Faye Petak discusses at Hamilton and Griffin on Rights about Young v. UPS and her hope that the Court “will let evolved thinking rule the day.”
In Slate, Dahlia Lithwick writes that the oral argument for Young was a "hypertechnical inquiry into statutory construction and, eventually, the precarious balancing of two clauses against a semicolon."
The Constitutional Accountability Center continues its series on Chief Justice John Roberts with Brianne Gorod writing about the Chief Justice’s record on women’s rights.
Gabe Roth writes in the Los Angeles Times about the need for greater transparency at the Supreme Court, raising concern about how the current system doesn’t deal well with potential conflicts of interest.