Tag Archives: Court Access

The Court House Door Stays Open, But It’s Not Over Yet

In this blog, Rochelle Bobroff outlines the good, bad and ugly parts of the Douglas v ILC decision on Februrary 22,2012. America Constitution Society Blog

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ACS Blog: Liberal Justices Miss the Point

Directing Attorney Rochelle Bobroff writes: “None of the present members of the Court have taken on his role of objecting to the conservative assault on court access to enforce civil rights, consumer protection, and safety net statutes. Their relative silence … Continue reading

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Section 1983 and Preemption: Alternative Means of Court Access for Safety Net Statutes

tract: While prior scholarship has noted changes in §1983 jurisprudence, this article demonstrates that the current state of the law reflects the transformation of dissents, particularly the dissent written by Justice O’Connor in 1987, into a majority opinion in 2002. … Continue reading

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