Supreme Court

William Jack walks into Azucar Bakery in Denver in mid-2014. He approaches the counter, places an order, and in the process, he so offends the sensibilities of the management that he is outright refused service. When the incident was reported ...

Iran. Libya. North Korea. Somalia. Syria. Venezuela. Yemen. After the Supreme Court’s ruling in Trump v. Hawaii, individuals from these seven countries will be restricted from entering the United States out of a concern for national security. Debates about constitutional ...

University President Claire E. Sterk released a Tuesday statement expressing disappointment in the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to uphold President Donald Trump’s travel ban and vowed to “ensure that Emory’s doors remain open to bright, dedicated thinkers from all nations, ...

A photo of Professor Micheal Giles and former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter sits atop Giles’ bookshelf in the office he’s called home for the past 25 years, a captured moment that reflects his work with leaders of ...

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that she has never felt like she has “completely belonged,” pointing to the need for diversity on the Supreme Court in her Tuesday afternoon talk at the Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Sotomayor, the ...

If the U.S. Supreme Court’s previous term was like canned pork and beans, then the upcoming term will be like a Kobe beef steak. This upcoming term, in other words, is full of blockbuster cases. One such case is Carpenter ...

Emory University, along with 30 other universities, filed an amicus brief Sept. 18 against President Donald J. Trump’s executive order banning people from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. The brief, submitted to the Supreme Court, states that Emory ...

Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s visit to Emory University has been cancelled because of the impending severe weather forecast for the Atlanta metropolitan area, according to a Sept. 10 email from Emory School of Law Director of Communications A. ...

On Jan. 31, while the Trump administration enjoyed its first and only controversy-free day, my deepest, darkest fears became reality — Sen. Mitch McConnell was rewarded handsomely for his Merrick Garland antics. With President Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch ...