Deborah Malamud presents a timely series on the Roberts Court, judicial interpretation, and the future of the administrative state.
Seila Law involved a constitutional puzzle with a straightforward answer. According to Jerry Mashaw, the Court overlooked the missing piece.
Jonathan Adler argues that Seila Law, like many cases this past term, exemplifies the Roberts Court's conservative minimalism.
Reid Coleman argues that Congress's impulse to use the judiciary to oversee the executive branch has practical and constitutional flaws.