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A system in which a judge can decide any case however he or she sees fit—where the outcome of the case depends not on the law but on the judge assigned to the case—puts everyone’s freedom at risk. It is the role of a judge to apply the law as written, not as he or she wishes it had been written.
Judiciary

Supreme Court Preview: October Term 2022

Erin Hawley | Blog
Judiciary

Two Truths And A Lie: Court-Packing And Judicial Independence

Jennifer C. Braceras | Our Work
Judiciary

How SCOTUS Rained On The Left’s Anti-Religious Legal Parade And Reclaimed The First Amendment

Rachel Chiu | Op-Ed
Judiciary

Lawsuit Claims Starbucks’ Refreshers Are Not Fruity Enough

May Mailman | TV
Judiciary

Rhode Island Mom Sues School Advisory Board For Allegedly Blocking Her From Attending Their ‘Anti-Racist’ Meetings

Nicole Solas | Featured in
Judiciary

Lawsuits Blame Instagram for Disorders

May Mailman | TV
Judiciary

Penn State Fights Vintage Apparel Website

May Mailman | TV
Judiciary

Woman Sues After Man Doesn’t Show Up For Date

May Mailman | TV
Judiciary

At The Bar: School Choice, Religious Liberty, and the Supreme Court

Inez Feltscher Stepman & Ginny Gentles | At the Bar
Judiciary

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Battle Over French Vineyard

May Mailman | TV
Judiciary

Corrupt activist organization ends school choice in West Virginia, for now

May Mailman | Blog
Judiciary

West Virginia v. EPA Places Significant Limits On Administrative Overreach

Erin Hawley | Blog

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