The Georgetown Law Journal@nandhunter of @GeorgetownLaw argues that the Court failed to comprehend the importance of the 19th Amendment in recent marriage cases, including Obergefell. Read "Reconstructing Liberty, Equality, and Marriage: The Missing Nineteenth Amendment Argument” @
The Georgetown Law JournalProf. Sam F. Halabi (of @MizzouLaw) traces the origins of global health law and argues that COVID-19 is a dramatic illustration of the movements in global health. Read “The Origins and Future of Global Health Law: Regulation, Security, and Pluralism” at
The Georgetown Law JournalIn "Faithful Execution: Where Administrative Law Meets the Constitution," @evanbernick argues that the Take Care Clause constrains the President's administrative discretion and that judges must determine if that discretion has been "faithfully" exercised.
The Georgetown Law JournalIn "The Irrepressible Myth of Cooper v. Aaron," @JoshMBlackman of @STCL_Houston argues that Cooper v. Aaron conflated the distinction between SCOTUS judgements and precedents. He argues that Cooper was based on "novel assertions of judicial power."