Some of my posts this fall ended up prompting other posts and linking together. In case anyone is interested in those inter-linked posts, I’ve assembled them below.
But first, a point about scheduling. With both the Court and the law school out of session, Re’s Judicata is going to go into recess until mid-January. I hope that everyone enjoys the holidays and has a good new year!
I. Justiciability After Lexmark
- The Doctrine Formerly Known as Statutory Standing
- Another Type of Standing That Isn’t
- The Rule Against Just One Generalized Grievance
- Ripeness, In and After SBA List v. Driehaus [summer]
II. Circuit Precedent and Clearly Established Law
- Does Circuit Precedent Deprive Officers of Qualified Immunity?
- Should Circuit Precedent Deprive Officers of Qualified Immunity?
- An AEDPA Sum Rev on Circuit Precedent and Clearly Established Law
- “Clearly Established” Law in Good-Faith Suppression Cases
IV. Sub Silentio Precedent
- Who’s Afraid of Assuming Federal Jurisdiction? [summer]
- Is Hobby Lobby A Precedent on Jurisdiction?
- Is Fisher v. University of Texas a Precedent on Jurisdiction?
V. “Lower” Courts
VI. Supreme Politics
- Narrowing Precedent and the Digital Fourth Amendment
- Can Justice Kagan Narrow Heien v. North Carolina?