Overlawyered: Awaiting a Supreme Court nominee (In the News)

Overlawyered: Awaiting a Supreme Court nominee

By Walter Olson

The White House has indicated that President Trump will announce a nominee for the Supreme Court vacancy Monday evening. Jonathan Adler breaks it all down at Volokh Conspiracy as does David Lat in a series of posts (sample: feeder judge Brett Kavanaugh “sends clerks to almost all the justices, on both sides of the aisle.”) Other resources while we wait:

Factually rich cheat sheet with links to writings and opinions of judges thought to be on the list [TIFIS]

The New Civil Liberties Alliance has evaluated the likely picks on the basis of their posture toward the powers of the administrative state. Chris Walker at the Yale Journal on Regulation examines related issues of their views on administrative law. And the Institute for Free Speech on records on free expression

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