November 28, 2018

2017-2018 ACS Supreme Court Review

ACS Supreme Court Review Cover Second Edition Edited by Steven D. Schwinn Forward by David A. Strauss

The second edition of the "American Constitution Society Supreme Court Review" features a series of critical essays, penned by the nation’s top legal scholars and practitioners, on the most important cases and themes from the Supreme Court’s October 2017 Term.



Steven D. Schwinn, Professor of Law at The John Marshall Law School, Chicago


David A. Strauss, Gerald Ratner Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Jenner & Block Supreme Court and Appellate Clinic at the University of Chicago Law School

Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission: What Was and Wasn't Decided

Mary L. Bonauto, Civil Rights Director at GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) and Jon W. Davidson, Chief Counsel at Freedom for All Americans Education Fund

Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute — To Vote, or Not to Vote: That is the Question

Gilda R. Daniels, Associate Professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law

Janus and the Future of Unions

Catherine L. Fisk, Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law

Jesner and the Supreme Court's Ongoing Assault on International Human Rights

Martin S. Flaherty, Leitner Family Professor of International Human Rights Law at Fordam University School of Law School

Epic Systems v. Lewis: The Return of Freedom of Contract in Work Law

Charlotte Garden, Co-Associate Dean for Research & Faculty Development & Associate Professor at the Seattle University School of Law

Trump v. Hawaii and the Future of Presidential Power over Immigration

Cristina M. Rodríguez, Leighton Homer Surbeck Professor of Law at Yale Law School

Carpenter Fails to Cabin Katz as Miller Grinds to a Halt: Digital Privacy and the Roberts Court

Marc Rotenberg, adjunct professor at Georgetown Law and President of the Electronic Privacy Information Center

Lucia v. SEC and the Attack on the Administrative State

Steven D. Schwinn, Professor of Law at the John Marshall Law School, Chicago