Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Federalism & Separation of Powers (through May 10)

Who Can Be President of the United States?: Candidate Hillary Clinton and the Problem of Statutory Qualifications, by Seth Barrett Tillman, National University of Ireland, Maynooth (NUI Maynooth) - Faculty of Law, 5(1) Br. J. Am. Leg. Studies 95–121 (2016) (peer reviewed)

The Hollywood Hit-Job on Justice Clarence Thomas, by Stuart Taylor, Jr., The Wall Street Journal (via Althouse)

Supreme Court Reasserts FERC Authority Over Wholesale Markets, Open to Incentives for New Investment, by Jeffrey A. Mandell, Edwin Hughes, and Bryan Kleinmaier, with Joe Diedrich, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP, Madison

Federal Preemption Precludes Challenge to FDA Approved Drug, by Adam E. Lyons, Litigation News

John Jay: The Reluctant Revolutionary, video featuring Walter Stahr, author of John Jay: Founding Father, The Federalist Society

Inside the Supreme Court, Associate Justices John Stevens and Elena Kagan and Judge Diane Wood, 65th Annual 7th Circuit Bar Association Banquet

Great Lakes states tighten spigot on Waukesha's water request, by Don Behm, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Who’s Really Winning the Border War? The Growth and Distribution of Income in Wisconsin and Minnesota after the Great Recession, by Noah Williams, WPRI Reports - May 2016

New right-of-way regulations take effect, Indian Nations Law Update - May 2016, by Brian L. Pierson, Godfrey & Kahn S.C., Milwaukee

"For liberals, the question now is how to deal with the losers in the culture wars. That’s mostly a question of tactics." by Ann Althouse, UW Law School