Cato Supreme Court Review, 2019–2020
Now in it’s 19th year, the Cato Supreme Court Review brings together leading legal scholars to analyze key cases from the Court’s most recent term, plus cases coming up. Topics in the 2019–2020 edition include DACA and the Dreamers (DHS v. Regents), the president’s removal power (Seila Law v. CFPB), Obamacare’s so‐called contraception mandate (Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania), qualified and absolute immunity (Hernandez v. Mesa), and the use of state tuition assistance at religious schools (Espinoza v. Montana).
About the Editor
Trevor Burrus is a research fellow in the Cato Institute’s Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies and editor‐in‐chief of the Cato Supreme Court Review. He is the editor of A Conspiracy against Obamacare (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) and Deep Commitments: The Past, Present, and Future of Religious Liberty (Cato Institute, 2017). He is also the cohost of Free Thoughts, a weekly podcast that covers topics in libertarian theory, history, and philosophy.
Judge Thomas M. Hardiman, Jonathan H. Adler, Keith E. Whittington, Paul J. Larkin Jr., Peter Margulies, Ilan Wurman, Jennifer M. Schulp, Tanner J. Bean, Robin Fretwell Wilson, Stephen I. Vladeck, Clint Bolick, Nicholas M. Mosvick, Mitchell A. Mosvick, and Anatasia Boden.