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conflict of laws, Choice of Law in Federal Courts, scope of the competing states’ laws, priority of laws when they conflict
Detention, interrogation policy, Guantanamo, executive detention, Congress, Judicial Branch, enemy combatants, torture
Slaughterhouse Cases, privileges or immunities clause, Fourteenth Amendment, Slaughter-House, incorporation, constitutional interpretation, 14th Amendment, Due Process, Equal Protection, privileges and immunities, sovereignty, federalism, fundamental rights, police power
The Invisible Constitution, Laurence Tribe, constitutional doctrine, interpretation and theory, beliefs and convictions, popular constitutionalism
Constitution of the United States of America, Article III, Article 3, stare decisis, constitutional decision-making
Constitutional law, coercion, substantive due process of law, Lochner, federalism, Erie v. Tompkins, federal common law, overbreadth, third-party standing, states’ rights
Constitutional law, Supreme Court, U.S. v. Morrison, Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment, constitutional meaning, doctrine, and interpretation, federalism, discrimination, civil rights, Violence Against Women Act
Constitutional law, Constitutional theory, Declaration of Independence, redemption, originalism, living constitution
Supreme Court of the United States, SCOTUS, Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Fourteenth Amendment, Judicial Politics, Racial Classifications, Affirmative Action, Remediation, Disparate Impact, Strict and Heightened Scrutiny
Fourteenth Amendment, equal protection, discrimination, education law, college admissions, Supreme Court of the United States, SCOTUS, judicial politics and ideology, segregation, Brown v. Board of Education, Parents Involved in Community Schools v. Seattle School District No. 1, scrutiny
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