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Published in : 2019-01-03 | by The Federalist Society
In the United States, a party to a case pays their own attorney fees, but in England and most of the western world, the losing party in a case pays the attorney ...
Published in : 2018-05-02 | by The Federalist Society
Since 1987, the number of state solicitors general has more than quadrupled. These chief appellate advocates represent the states which they serve, assisting ...
Published in : 2009-11-24 | by The Federalist Society
The Federalist Society's Professional Responsibility Practice Group hosted this panel discussion on The Role of Government Attorneys and the Global War on ...
Published in : 2017-10-12 | by The Federalist Society
The greater the power of the Executive, the greater the imperative to adhere to the highest ethical standards in the execution of the Executive's duties.
Published in : 2016-11-19 | by The Federalist Society
Justice Scalia first entered public service in 1971, when he was appointed by President Richard Nixon to serve as the General Counsel for the Office of ...
Published in : 2019-03-26 | by The Federalist Society
Who drives the agenda at an administrative agency? Professor Christopher Walker discusses how an agency is composed of both political appointees and ...
Published in : 2017-10-12 | by The Federalist Society
What is the constitutional and statutory scope of the Executive Branch's power in the area of immigration? And how does the Executive's enforcement, or lack of ...
Published in : 2018-08-28 | by The Federalist Society
Can the President of the United States block you on Twitter? On May 23 of this year, U.S. District Court Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald announced that President ...
Published in : 2016-11-20 | by The Federalist Society
In his nearly 30 years on the Court, Justice Scalia left a profound mark on many areas of the law, including property rights. From his seminal decisions in Nollan ...
Published in : 2018-09-26 | by The Federalist Society
October 1st will mark the first day of oral arguments for the 2018 Supreme Court term. The Court's docket already includes major cases involving arbitration, ...