About that "superprecedent" thing

During this week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Judge Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Ranking Member Diane Feinstein repeatedly used the term “superprecedent” to describe the Supreme Court’s 1973 … ›

During His Confirmation Hearings, Judge Gorsuch Discusses the Role of the Judiciary

I had the honor of learning from Judge Neil Gorsuch while I attended the University of Colorado Law School, both as his student in the classroom and as his intern … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearing day two: preview

Today, each of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s 20 members will have 30 minutes to ask questions of Judge Gorsuch. Interested readers may view the hearing live or recorded at the … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: the judge's opening statement

His own words are better and more important than any analysis and comment from us. Anyone with the least interest in Judge Gorsuch’s nomination should listen to his statement from beginning … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: introduction statements

Following almost four hours of occasionally interesting statements by the 21 members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Judge Gorsuch was introduced by a panel of three: Colorado’s two United Senators, … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: committee member statements

Today was day one of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Most of the day was taken up with statements … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearings underway

In addition to the excitement surrounding PLF’s Supreme Court oral argument today in Murr v. Wisconsin, today is also the day the Senate Judiciary Committee begins its hearings on the … ›

Francois interviewed by Daily Signal on Gorsuch confirmation

I am interviewed for an article published this afternoon in the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal, previewing the procedural aspects of the Senate’s confirmation process for Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to … ›

Francois op ed supporting Gorsuch nomination published in the San Francisco Daily Journal

A few weeks ago, Erwin Chemerinsky, noted constitutional scholar and Dean of Law at UC Irvine, published an op ed in the San Francisco Daily Journal arguing that Senate Democrats … ›

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About that "superprecedent" thing

During this week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Judge Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Ranking Member Diane Feinstein repeatedly used the term “superprecedent” to describe the Supreme Court’s 1973 … ›

During His Confirmation Hearings, Judge Gorsuch Discusses the Role of the Judiciary

I had the honor of learning from Judge Neil Gorsuch while I attended the University of Colorado Law School, both as his student in the classroom and as his intern … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearing day two: preview

Today, each of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s 20 members will have 30 minutes to ask questions of Judge Gorsuch. Interested readers may view the hearing live or recorded at the … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: the judge's opening statement

His own words are better and more important than any analysis and comment from us. Anyone with the least interest in Judge Gorsuch’s nomination should listen to his statement from beginning … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: introduction statements

Following almost four hours of occasionally interesting statements by the 21 members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Judge Gorsuch was introduced by a panel of three: Colorado’s two United Senators, … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: committee member statements

Today was day one of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Most of the day was taken up with statements … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearings underway

In addition to the excitement surrounding PLF’s Supreme Court oral argument today in Murr v. Wisconsin, today is also the day the Senate Judiciary Committee begins its hearings on the … ›

Francois interviewed by Daily Signal on Gorsuch confirmation

I am interviewed for an article published this afternoon in the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal, previewing the procedural aspects of the Senate’s confirmation process for Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to … ›

Francois op ed supporting Gorsuch nomination published in the San Francisco Daily Journal

A few weeks ago, Erwin Chemerinsky, noted constitutional scholar and Dean of Law at UC Irvine, published an op ed in the San Francisco Daily Journal arguing that Senate Democrats … ›

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About that "superprecedent" thing

During this week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Judge Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Ranking Member Diane Feinstein repeatedly used the term “superprecedent” to describe the Supreme Court’s 1973 … ›

During His Confirmation Hearings, Judge Gorsuch Discusses the Role of the Judiciary

I had the honor of learning from Judge Neil Gorsuch while I attended the University of Colorado Law School, both as his student in the classroom and as his intern … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearing day two: preview

Today, each of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s 20 members will have 30 minutes to ask questions of Judge Gorsuch. Interested readers may view the hearing live or recorded at the … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: the judge's opening statement

His own words are better and more important than any analysis and comment from us. Anyone with the least interest in Judge Gorsuch’s nomination should listen to his statement from beginning … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: introduction statements

Following almost four hours of occasionally interesting statements by the 21 members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Judge Gorsuch was introduced by a panel of three: Colorado’s two United Senators, … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: committee member statements

Today was day one of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Most of the day was taken up with statements … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearings underway

In addition to the excitement surrounding PLF’s Supreme Court oral argument today in Murr v. Wisconsin, today is also the day the Senate Judiciary Committee begins its hearings on the … ›

Francois interviewed by Daily Signal on Gorsuch confirmation

I am interviewed for an article published this afternoon in the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal, previewing the procedural aspects of the Senate’s confirmation process for Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to … ›

Francois op ed supporting Gorsuch nomination published in the San Francisco Daily Journal

A few weeks ago, Erwin Chemerinsky, noted constitutional scholar and Dean of Law at UC Irvine, published an op ed in the San Francisco Daily Journal arguing that Senate Democrats … ›

About that "superprecedent" thing

During this week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Judge Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, Ranking Member Diane Feinstein repeatedly used the term “superprecedent” to describe the Supreme Court’s 1973 … ›

During His Confirmation Hearings, Judge Gorsuch Discusses the Role of the Judiciary

I had the honor of learning from Judge Neil Gorsuch while I attended the University of Colorado Law School, both as his student in the classroom and as his intern … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearing day two: preview

Today, each of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s 20 members will have 30 minutes to ask questions of Judge Gorsuch. Interested readers may view the hearing live or recorded at the … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: the judge's opening statement

His own words are better and more important than any analysis and comment from us. Anyone with the least interest in Judge Gorsuch’s nomination should listen to his statement from beginning … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: introduction statements

Following almost four hours of occasionally interesting statements by the 21 members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Judge Gorsuch was introduced by a panel of three: Colorado’s two United Senators, … ›

Gorsuch hearing day one round up: committee member statements

Today was day one of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Most of the day was taken up with statements … ›

Gorsuch confirmation hearings underway

In addition to the excitement surrounding PLF’s Supreme Court oral argument today in Murr v. Wisconsin, today is also the day the Senate Judiciary Committee begins its hearings on the … ›

Francois interviewed by Daily Signal on Gorsuch confirmation

I am interviewed for an article published this afternoon in the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal, previewing the procedural aspects of the Senate’s confirmation process for Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to … ›

Francois op ed supporting Gorsuch nomination published in the San Francisco Daily Journal

A few weeks ago, Erwin Chemerinsky, noted constitutional scholar and Dean of Law at UC Irvine, published an op ed in the San Francisco Daily Journal arguing that Senate Democrats … ›