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Civil and Human Rights
May 18, 2022

OP-ED: The Framers Were Big Fans of Liberty, Unlike Samuel Alito

Slate
Justice Samuel Alito’s draft majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization would overrule Roe v. Wade, permit states...
By: David H. Gans
Access to Justice
U.S. Supreme Court

Arellano v. McDonough

In Arellano v. McDonough, the Supreme Court is considering whether a one-year deadline for veterans to submit claims for retroactive compensation for service-connected disabilities can be extended under principles of equitable tolling.
Rule of Law
May 17, 2022

Awaiting Major Cases in the Shadow of Dobbs

As we enter the final weeks of the Supreme Court’s October 2021 term, all eyes,...
By: Charles Miller
Voting Rights and Democracy
May 16, 2022

RELEASE: Supreme Court Gives Pass to Post-Election Corruption

WASHINGTON, DC – Following the Supreme Court issuing its ruling today in Federal Election Commission...
By: Miriam Becker-Cohen
Civil and Human Rights
May 16, 2022

RELEASE: ALEX JONES ADMITS LIABILITY FOR STATEMENTS ABOUT BRENNAN GILMORE 

Gilmore Litigation “Strikes a Blow Against Conspiracy Theorists and Disinformation Peddlers”  CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – Brennan...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra, Brennan Gilmore
Civil and Human Rights
May 8, 2022

Column: The right to abortion is deeply rooted in the Constitution and flows from amends for slavery

Los Angeles Times
Now that we’ve had a moment to digest the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe vs....
By: David H. Gans, By Robin Abcarian