Ours is a jurisprudence of constant change—and the Supreme Court is at the center of it. Recognizing the need to stay current with rapidly evolving areas of the law, The George Washington Law Review is proud to host the new platform for scholastic exchange on Supreme Court decisions: On the Docket. This forum features responsive legal commentary on Supreme Court opinions as they are released. Contributors—whether they be members of the bench, the bar, or the academy—are invited to participate in this exchange. With a strong tradition of promoting intellectual discourse, our hope is to play a meaningful role in the present-day development of the law. Thank you and welcome to On the Docket.
Katelin L. P. Shugart-Schmidt
Editor-in-Chief, Volume 86
The George Washington Law Review
Thursday, March 9:
The Supreme Court has been very active in issuing opinions these past few weeks. On the Docket is pleased to announce that we will have three responses to various opinions coming up this week! Professor Cynthia Lee, cited in Justice Alito’s dissent in Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado, has a response to the opinion, as does Professor Stephen Saltzburg. Also, Professor W. Burlette Carter will respond to the Court’s decision to vacate and remand the case of Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. Check back soon to read these insightful response pieces!