Month: May 2009

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Empathy and the Rule of Law

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On May 24, 2009
A good post from Susan Bandes. I think the point about the way in which conservative nominees like Thomas and Alito have emphasized their life stories is particularly important — nobody really thinks that judicial decisionmaking is entirely independent of personal experience (although, of course, the values one derives from this experience can differ greatly, […]

Wood?

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On May 22, 2009
Jan Crawford Greenburg convincingly speculates that Diane Wood should be considered the frontrunner to be Obama’s first Supreme Court nominee. Given the current candidates — i.e. given that Karlan doesn’t seem to be under consideration — I think this would be my preferred choice too. Admittedly, suggestions that Woods is in fact a Clintonesque liberal […]

IE Problems

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On May 22, 2009

Apparently the site isn’t opening in Explorer, or at least isn’t opening for some people (I don’t seem to have a problem on my laptop, but do on my desktop). I have no clue what the

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