Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 Justice David Souter

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Tue. March 20, 2018

-
The state of North Carolina is paying $300,000 to a magistrate who quit rather than marry gay couples as ordered by the courts. Something is seriously wrong here. The magistrate was entitled to resign as a matter of conscience. But the religious accommodation that federal law requires of ordinary ...
Noah Feldman is a Bloomberg View columnist. He is a professor of constitutional and international law at Harvard University and was a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter. His seven books include "The Three Lives of James Madison: Genius, Partisan, President" and "Cool War: The Future of ...

Can Twitter Inc. lawfully block racists' accounts? That's the question posed in a lawsuit filed last week by Jared Taylor and his New Century Foundation, an organization that, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, "purports to show the inferiority of blacks to whites." The case goes to the very nature ...
The dissenters--Justices John Paul Stevens, Sandra Day O'Connor, and David Souter--thought the 100-foot area was too broad and that such a large buffer zone was unnecessary given the legitimacy of "heightened regulation of the polling place" itself. Stevens added that "there is no disagreement that ...
Noah Feldman is a professor of constitutional and international law at Harvard University and was a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter. His seven books include "The Three Lives of James Madison: Genius, Partisan, President" and "Cool War: The Future of Global Competition." ...

"My hope is that someday it will get back to the way it was," she said. Her colleagues, she said, had offered extraordinary support during her two bouts with cancer. Justice David H. Souter, who avoided the Washington social scene before his retirement in 2009, accompanied her to the opera. Chief Justice ...
The death of the judicial filibuster last week was overshadowed by Syrian airstrikes and White House turmoil, but the moment's significance was also diminished by its inevitability. Senators made pious noises and partisans bemoaned the state of the republic, but the widespread Washington wisdom was ...
Madison and Hamilton's feud was hardly the only partisan split that threatened our nation. Feldman, who clerked for Supreme Court Justice David Souter from 1998-99, recalled the period of President Clinton's impeachment trial as "our last moment of super partisanship" and believes it had a lasting effect ...
Under the so-called statutory-duties test, which was proposed by Justices Sandra Day O'connor, Anthony Kennedy, David Souter and Scalia in a 1991 case, a union can charge only for "the costs of performing the union's statutory duties as exclusive bargaining agent," instead of collecting agency fees ...
"My hope is that someday it will get back to the way it was," she said. Her colleagues, she said, had offered extraordinary support during her two bouts with cancer. Justice David H. Souter, who avoided the Washington social scene before his retirement in 2009, accompanied her to the opera. Chief Justice ...
In Weare, best known as the longtime home of the former Supreme Court Justice David Souter, the town's senior club didn't even know about the town's senior exercise club. The community needed something, maybe a weekly paper, to let residents know what was going on. By the time the conversation ...
A top priority has been to avoid nominations such as that of David Souter, who President George H.W. Bush selected for the Supreme Court in 1990. Justice Souter had no experience on a federal court, and he turned out to be a reliable liberal on the Supreme Court, undermining Mr. Bush's desire to swing ...
Heather Gerken, dean of Yale Law school and a former clerk to Justice David Souter, said the school has worked hard during the past two years to recruit more students of color. "We went from a steady state of 32, 33 percent students of color to this year where we have 48 percent students of color," she ...
A former clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter, he writes a weekly column for Bloomberg News and was named by Esquire as one of the "75 most influential people of the 21st century." He is also director of the Julis-Rabinowitz Program on Jewish and Israeli Law at Harvard Law. A graduate of ...

That would be retired Justice David Souter, who ate plain, nonfat yogurt and an entire apple -- including the seeds! -- every single day. Less disgusting and more cute is what Justice John Paul Stevens ate for lunch prior to his retirement from the high court: peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with the crusts ...
The Dome of the Rock mosque in the Al Aqsa mosque compound is seen in Jerusalem's Old City in July. (Mahmoud Illean / The Associated Press). To see why Trump's move is so extraordinary, you have to understand that the recognition of "Jerusalem" as Israel's capital amounts to a recognition of Israel's ...
The death of the judicial filibuster last week was overshadowed by Syrian airstrikes and White House turmoil, but the moment's significance was also diminished by its inevitability. Senators made pious noises and partisans bemoaned the state of the republic, but the widespread Washington wisdom was ...
But 27 years ago, President George H.W. Bush's Supreme Court nominee David Souter was described in the same glowing terms by Republicans, yet he turned ... bruised Republicans "at that time wanted someone without a record, and they believed that Justice Souter was a conservative, based on what?
Surprisingly, over the past few days, excerpts of a public conversation I held four years ago with retired Supreme Court Justice David Souter in Concord, New Hampshire, have been circulating on the internet. We spoke on September 14, 2012, the 225th anniversary of the Constitution, on a subject dear to ...
The state of North Carolina is paying $300,000 to a magistrate who quit rather than marry gay couples as ordered by the courts. Something is seriously wrong here. The magistrate was entitled to resign as a matter of conscience. But the religious accommodation that federal law requires of ordinary ...
This 2012 video from former Supreme Court Justice Souter on the dangers of America's 'pervasive civic ignorance' went viral during the 2016 ...
That is not unusual; both of President George H.W. Bush's nominees, David Souter and Clarence Thomas, had only briefly sat on the First and ...
He clerked for Justice David Souter and Judge Diarmuid O'Scannlain of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He received his J.D. ...
He is a professor of constitutional and international law at Harvard University and was a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter.
... Elena Kagan, Neil Gorsuch, retired Justice David Souter and, of course, NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg was there as well.
Unfortunately, five of the nine members of the court don't seem very concerned about the connection - at least in the mind of observers ...
From left: Associate Justice (retired) David H. Souter; Associate Justice ... "Someone comes up to Justice Souter and mistakes him for Justice ...
Retired Associate Justice David H. Souter and Associate Justice Elena ... David H. Souter '61, a former Justice, told a story about ending up in ...
... John Roberts, Stephen Breyer, Neil Gorsuch, David Souter, Elena ... Elena Kagan and Neil Gorsuch and retired Justice David Souter at ...
... is a professor of constitutional and international law at Harvard University and was a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter.
"I can tell you the day you see a camera come into our courtroom, it's going to roll over my dead body," retired Justice David Souter said in 1996 ...
The death of the judicial filibuster last week was overshadowed by Syrian airstrikes and White House turmoil, but the moment's significance ...
Cory Booker of New Jersey; political commentator and host Rachel Maddow; and former Supreme Court Justice David Souter. "It's rare to have ...
Newsom formerly clerked for Justice David H. Souter. He was confirmed to the 11th Circuit on Aug. 1. The other is Amy Coney Barrett, who was ...
... and Retired Associate Justice David H. Souter '66 for an historic talk at Harvard's Sanders Theatre for Harvard Law school's Bicentennial ...
... Day O'Connor, George H. W. Bush announce David Souter, Bill Clinton submit Ruth Bader Ginsburg then Barack Obama tapping Garland.
In a prior Guest Commentary, retired Justice Souter's thoughts about civic ignorance were featured that deserve repeating: "I don't worry about ...
... Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood; Supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy, David Souter and Sandra Day O'connor; Director of the ...
He is a professor of constitutional and international law at Harvard University and was a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter.
A lawyer for the congregation that worships at Touro said on Wednesday that retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter, who ...
The death of the judicial filibuster last week was overshadowed by Syrian airstrikes and White House turmoil, but the moment's significance ...
... Bush's Supreme Court nominee David Souter was described in the ... and they believed that Justice Souter was a conservative, based on ...
Justice David Souter cropped Last night, Rachel Maddow posted a clip of Justice David Souter, speaking at the Capitol Center for the arts in ...
In his Caballes dissent, Justice Souter noted that since the 1983 Place decision, evidence of canine fallibility has developed. "In practical terms ...
The Court's most relevant statement concerning the Establishment Clause was articulated in Justice Souter's decision in McCreary County v. ACLU.
At least one rationale advanced by a federal judge in Virginia cited a 2005 Supreme Court decision about the Ten Commandments - and opinion from now-retired Justice David Souter -as the basis for considering candidate Donald Trump's statements about ...
He is a professor of constitutional and international law at Harvard University and was a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter. This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Minnesota Lawyer or the editorial board of Bloomberg LP ...


 

news and opinion


 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

    usa
     government
      branches
       judicial branch
        supreme court
         justices
           david souter

US Supreme Court justices:
           abe fortas
           anthony kennedy
           antonin scalia
           byron white
           clarence thomas
           david souter
           earl warren
           elena kagan
           felix frankfurter
           harry blackmun
           hugo black
           john marshall harlan
           john marshall harlan ii
           john paul stevens
           lewis powell
           louis brandeis
           oliver wendell holmes jr
           potter stewart
           ruth bader ginsburg
           sandra day o'connor
           stephen breyer
           thurgood marshall
           william j. brennan
           william o. douglas