The U.S. Supreme Court issued a code of ethics earlier today following months of financial scandals tied to Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas.
This week, Senate Democrats confirmed President Joe Biden’s 150th federal judge, 100 of whom are women and people of color.
We deserve a country where the administration of law reflects not just our hope for justice, but the beauty of our common struggle against racial hierarchy.
In this upcoming case, the Court will decide whether judges or agency experts are better positioned to decide crucial public policy questions.
New Lawsuit Seeks To Stop Impeachment Proceedings Against Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz
On Monday, Sept. 11, Tim Burns — a former liberal Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate — filed a petition seeking to stop impeachment proceedings against Justice Janet Protasiewicz.
On Monday, Sept. 11, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) appointed Judge Allison Riggs to a vacancy on the North Carolina Supreme Court.
The progressive ideal would be to ensure that every vacancy — and there are still over 80 of them — is not just filled, but filled with more movement lawyers.
On Tuesday, July 11, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Chair Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) stating that the CBC would oppose two judicial nominations if Durbin did not undertake outlined changes to the Jim Crow-era blue slip process.
On Monday, July 10, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and 18 other senators sent a letter to Judge Robin L. Rosenberg, a federal judge in the Southern District of Florida and the chair of the rule-making committee for the Judicial Conference.
As the final decisions of the term dropped, it was clear this Court is as extreme as ever.
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