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The Federal Courts’ Rulemaking Buffer, Jordan M. Singer May 2019

The Federal Courts’ Rulemaking Buffer, Jordan M. Singer

William & Mary Law Review

Procedural rulemaking is often thought of as a second-order task for the federal court system, relevant to the courts’ work but not essential to their function. In reality, rulemaking plays an integral role in the court system’s operation by actively insulating the courts from environmental pressure. This Article explains how power over procedural rulemaking protects the federal courts from environmental uncertainty and describes the court system’s efforts to maintain the effectiveness of the rulemaking buffer in response to historical and contemporary challenges.


Emoluments And President Trump, John Mikhail Jan 2019

Emoluments And President Trump, John Mikhail

Valparaiso University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Introduction To Dean Chemerinsky's Article, "The Lower Federal Courts And The War On Terrorism", Rosalie B. Levinson Jan 2019

Introduction To Dean Chemerinsky's Article, "The Lower Federal Courts And The War On Terrorism", Rosalie B. Levinson

Valparaiso University Law Review

No abstract provided.