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And the extreme to which some justices have gone in order to supposedly avoid having those opinions - like Justice John Marshall Harlan II, the grandson of the first Justice Harlan. He would make a point of not voting in national elections because he ...
John Marshall Harlan II served from 1955 to 1971. His grandfather was the legendary John Marshall Harlan, who served on the court from 1877 to 1911.

We already mentioned Charles Phillips but we can also highlight Maurice R. Greenberg, Judith Sheinlin, Wallace Stevens and John Marshall Harlan II. It was highlighted that close to 90% of the 2015 class gained great employment in under one year after ...
... a corporate lawyer from Richmond, Virginia, filled the seat of New Dealer Hugo Black. And William Rehnquist, a lawyer in Nixon's Justice Department, assumed the place of John Marshall Harlan II, a center-right judge with a deep respect for precedent.
United States,, a reversal initially affirmed by an equally divided court with Justice John Marshall Harlan II not participating.
Justices John Marshall Harlan II and Byron White issued dissents. "Nothing in the letter or the spirit of the Constitution or in the precedents squares with the heavy-handed and one-sided action that is so precipitously taken by the court in the name ...

During research for the majority opinion, Justice John Marshall Harlan II became convinced that Ali's Muslim religion required him to be a conscientious objector.
The justices began drafting their opinions when one of Justice John Marshall Harlan II's clerks convinced him to take home Elijah Muhammad's Message to the Blackman in America.
The crucial part missing from this month's copy-paste citations is in a line from the majority opinion in which Justice John Marshall Harlan II states that private clubs have, "immunity from state scrutiny of petitioner's membership lists" (emphasis ...
Combining the doctrinal sensitivity of Felix Frankfurter, the scholarly tradition of John Marshall Harlan II, the artfulness of William Rehnquist, and the pretentiousness of Warren Burger, Scalia became a judge who helped define the political and legal ...
For example, when Justice Robert Jackson died at the beginning of the Supreme Court's term in 1954, the court reheard three cases after John Marshall Harlan II replaced Jackson. Until Harlan's confirmation, there were only eight justices on the Court ...
In 1955, John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1965, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
For example, when Justice Robert Jackson died at the beginning of the Supreme Court's term in 1954, the court reheard three cases after John Marshall Harlan II replaced Jackson. Until Harlan's confirmation, there were only eight justices on the Court ...
1941: Novelist and critic Virginia Woolf, 59, drowns herself near her home in Lewes, East Sussex, England. 1955: John Marshall Harlan II is sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. 1965: A 7.4-magnitude earthquake strikes La Ligua ...
In 1955, John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1965, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
Although America's involvement in the First World War spanned only a year and a half, seven future justices celebrated armistice in uniform.
(Rehnquist replaced John Marshall Harlan II, who was a Republican appointee but took liberal positions on race and sex.) When the court convened in 1972, conservatives were in the majority.

Although America's involvement in the First World War spanned only a year and a half, seven future justices celebrated armistice in uniform.
... about that [1969] term is first [G. Harrold] Carswell and then [Clement] Haynsworth were nominated and neither was confirmed," recalled Robert Mnookin of Harvard Law school, who clerked in the October 1969-70 term for Justice John Marshall Harlan II.
California - an opinion by Justice John Marshall Harlan II that included the worthy observation that while "the particular four-letter word being litigated here is perhaps more distasteful than others of its genre, it is often true that one man's ...
Barrett said he was not certain if the Jackson chair remained draped and empty until the following March when Jackson was replaced by John Marshall Harlan II. The announcement from the court on Tuesday also does not specify how long the Scalia chair ...
Strossen is the John Marshall Harlan II Professor of Law at New York Law school and former president of the American Civil Liberties Union, the first woman to hold that post.
In 1961, Florida's law was challenged in the Supreme Court by Gwendolyn Hoyt, a woman who was found guilty by a jury of all men for murdering her abusive husband.
Shortly before that date, Justices Hugo Black and John Marshall Harlan II retired from the bench. Chief Justice Warren Burger decided that Roe and Doe, as well as the other cases that were scheduled on the docket, should go on as planned.
Shortly before that date, Justices Hugo Black and John Marshall Harlan II retired from the bench. Chief Justice Warren Burger decided that Roe and Doe, as well as the other cases that were scheduled on the docket, should go on as planned.
The verbiage is how John Marshall Harlan II, a U.S. Supreme Court justice, so eloquently in 1971 addressed a message - unsuitable for publication in this newspaper - emblazoned on the jacket of Paul Robert Cohen.
Justice John Marshall Harlan II, a conservative, famously described the protection of these rights as a balancing test, weighing "respect for the liberty of the individual" against "the demands of organized society": The balance of which I speak is the ...
16 Constitution DAY LECTURE: Nadine Strossen, former president of the American Civil Liberties Union and currently the John Marshall Harlan II Professor of Law at the New York Law school, will discuss "Conversation About Current Constitutional ...
But on the other hand, we have Justice John Marshall Harlan II, who despite not being a Fox News legal expert, was no slouch.
Justice John Marshall Harlan II, who despite not being a Fox News legal expert, was no slouch, wrote in the 1967 case Afroyim v. Rusk that the sponsors of the 14th Amendment feared that: "Unless citizenship were defined, freedmen might, under the ...
But on the other hand, we have Justice John Marshall Harlan II, who despite not being a Fox News legal expert, was no slouch.
California, 189 L.Ed. 2d 430 (2014), and the USA Freedom Act to question whether the courts were in a better position than Congress to apply the second prong of Justice John Marshall Harlan II's famous two-pronged test from Katz v. United States, 389 U ...
Justices John Marshall Harlan II and Byron White issued dissents. "Nothing in the letter or the spirit of the Constitution or in the precedents squares with the heavy-handed and one-sided action that is so precipitously taken by the court in the name ...
A grizzly choice." With the clock ticking, Douglas' majority opinion had been endorsed by just one other justice (Tom Clark), with White and Justice John Marshall Harlan II electing to write concurring opinions that did not endorse the new privacy ...
4 As explained in Justice John Marshall Harlan II's concurrence, the standard for Fourth Amendment protection was whether the individual had a reasonable expectation of privacy.
In 1955, John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1965, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
In 1955, John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1965, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
In 1955, John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1965, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
In 1955, John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1965, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
1955: John Marshall Harlan II is sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. VINDICATOR FILES. 1990: army Air Force Gen.
In 1955, John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1965, an earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
1955 - John Marshall Harlan II was sworn in as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. 1965 - An earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck La Ligua, Chile, leaving about 400 people dead or missing, according to the U.S.
The last few years have brought startling revelations regarding the National Security Agency's data collection activities. The world now knows, largely due to the unauthorized release of confidential documents by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden ...
The SEC will have the burden of establishing a prima facie case by showing that it has met the standard enunciated by Justice John Marshall Harlan II in United States v. Powell, 379 U.S. 48, 57-58 (1964). Then the burden shifts to the company to ...
Robert Mnookin is chair of the negotiation law program at Harvard who once clerked for Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan II, founder of the eugenic Pioneer Fund and the son of Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan who ruled in favor of ...
When the great John Marshall Harlan II was on the Court in the middle of the last century, he was known to avoid reading the newspapers, to try to ensure that his judicial decisions would not be improperly influenced by information that came to him ...
Nadine Strossen, 64, was appointed the John Marshall Harlan II professor of law. She continues as a member of the ACLU's National Advisory Council and board member of EPIC, the Electronic Privacy Information Center.


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