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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

Bill Maher Says Dems Are the ‘Party of No Common Sense’

Patrice Onwuka | TV
Judiciary

Texas Abortion Case Raises Important Federalism Issues

Erin Hawley | Blog
Judiciary

At The Bar: Lawyers, Guns, Money, & the 2021-22 Supreme Court Term

Jennifer C. Braceras & Inez Feltscher Stepman | At the Bar
Judiciary

Don’t Forget the Cruel Attacks on Amy Coney Barrett

Karin Lips | Op-Ed
Judiciary

Senate Judiciary Holds Hearing On Voting Bill For “Combating Discriminatory Abuses”

Maya Noronha | Blog
Judiciary

The Soft Bigotry of Liberal Election Lawyers Will Backfire

May Mailman | Op-Ed
Judiciary

The Courts Cannot Save the Republic – But We Can

May Mailman | Op-Ed
Judiciary

Who is Eligible to Participate in Single-Sex Sports Under Title IX?

Jennifer C. Braceras | Blog
Judiciary

Independent Women’s Law Center Files Amicus Brief in Support of CVS Pharmacy [CVS v. Doe]

Press Team | Amicus Brief
Judiciary

Independent Women’s Law Center Urges the U.S. Supreme Court to Take Up Egbert v. Boule

Press Team | Press Release
Judiciary

Independent Women’s Law Center Files Public Comments with the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States

Press Team | Our Work
Judiciary

Congressional Hearing: The Federal Judiciary

Jennifer C. Braceras | Testimony

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