Three compliments and three concerns.
Latest in Executive Order
The new executive order presents a good first step toward a national strategy on AI, but it remains incomplete—especially on the issue of immigration.
Last month, a ransomware attack—one of the most far-reaching cyberattacks in history—affected thousands of hospitals, corporations, and other institutions in more than 150 countries. At least some solutions can be found in the executive order signed by President Trump the day before the attack began.
An analysis of the Ninth Circuit's decision in the travel ban case.
Josh Blackman analyzes one of the three three dissenting opinions in the case.
Josh Blackman offers his take on the concurring opinions in IRAP v. Trump.
Analysis of IRAP v. Trump Part II: The Fourth Circuit’s Misuse of Mandel, Din, Lemon, and Town of Greece
A look at the majority's analysis of standing, the reviewability of immigration decisions, and the Establishment Clause.
Analysis of IRAP v. Trump Part I: The Fourth Circuit’s Reliance on Pre- and Post-Inauguration Statements
An analysis of the majority opinion.
The Establishment Clause took center stage in Monday’s 10-3 Fourth Circuit decision in International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) v. Trump upholding a Maryland district court’s preliminary injunction against President Trump’s revised Refugee EO.
During oral arguments in the Fourth and Ninth Circuits, judges attempted to draw analogies between President Trump's travel ban and Korematsu v. United States (1944). The comparison supports the government’s argument.