23rd annual Supreme Court review : October 2020 term / contributed by Erwin Chemerinsky, Martin A. Schwartz.

New York, New York : Practising Law Institute, 2021.
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  • Chapter 1. Introduction to October Term 2020
  • Chapter 2. Supreme Court Review (Outline)
  • Chapter 3. Supreme Court Decisions: 2020-2021 Term
  • Chapter 4. A Preliminary and Barely Data-Based Observation About SCOTUS Polarization (March 5, 2021)
  • Chapter 5. Could Clarence Thomas Be Right About Twitter? (April 14, 2021)
  • Chapter 6. A Modest Proposal to Protect Profanity in Public Schools (Warning: Contains Profanity) (June 25, 2021)
  • Chapter 7. First Amendment Cases-October 2020 Term
  • Chapter 8. When Religious Liberty Collides with Public Health (December 8, 2020)
  • Chapter 9. Does Father Know Best When It Comes to Abortion? (February 23, 2021)
  • Chapter 10. Additional Resources
  • Chapter 11. Could the Supreme Court Erode but Not Overrule Roe v. Wade in the Mississippi Case? (May 26, 2021)
  • Chapter 12. Mandatory Vaccination and the Future of Abortion Rights (November 24, 2020)
  • Chapter 13. In Gratuitously Attacking Marriage Equality, Clarence Thomas Accidentally Raised an Important Question About the Scope of Religious Liberty (October 14, 2020)
  • Chapter 14. The Upside-Down Treatment of Religious Exceptions Cases in the Supreme Court (February 17, 2021)
  • Chapter 15. On Writs of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Brief of the NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund, Inc., as Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondents, Mark Brnovich, Attorney General of Arizona, et. al., Petitioners v. Democratic National Committee, et al., Respondents, Arizona Republican Party, et al., Petitioners v. Democratic National Committee, et al., Respondents, Nos. 19-1257 and 19-1258 (2021)
  • Chapter 16. On Writs of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Brief of Amicus Curiae of the American Civil Liberties Union, Inc., American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc., NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund, Inc., Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, Human Rights Campaign, and PEN American Center, Inc., in Support of Petitioners, Americans for Prosperity Foundation, Petitioner, v. Xavier Becerra, In His Official Capacity as the Attorney General of California, Respondent, Thomas More Law Center, Petitioner v. Xavier Becerra In His Official Capacity as the Attorney General of California, Respondent, Nos. 19-251 and 19-255 (2021)
  • Chapter 17. What Was/Is at Stake in Brnovich? (July 1, 2021)
  • Chapter 18. The Mask Slips: Standing, the Affordable Care Act, and Hypocrisy in High Places (November 18, 2020)
  • Chapter 19. Challengers to the Affordable Care Act Lose Their Third Supreme Court Case: Will They Bring a Fourth? (June 23, 2021)
  • Chapter 20. Why Did the California v. Texas Majority Reject Standing-by-Nonseverability? Five Possibilities (June 18, 2021)
  • Chapter 21. Petty Sticklerism That Fortuitously Benefits an Undocumented Immigrant Is Still Petty Sticklerism (April 30, 2021)
  • Chapter 22. Can a Misdemeanor Count as an "Emergency" for Purposes of Skipping the Warrant? (December 30, 2020)
  • Chapter 23. What Is a Seizure, and What Is a Holding? The Court Hears Argument in Torres v. Madrid (November 4, 2020)
  • Chapter 24. How Mike Huckabee and Robert Bork Could Help Center Neil Gorsuch (December 2, 2020)
  • Chapter 25. Incorrigibility of the Juvenile Offender (September 23, 2020)
  • Chapter 26. Justice Thomas Calls Out Liberals for Distinguishing Incarceration from Pregnancy (May 19, 2021)
  • Chapter 27. The U.S. Supreme Court Takes a Step toward Defunding the Police (June 2, 2021)
  • Chapter 28. United States v. Briggs: The Court Reaches a Wrong but Just Result (June 28, 2021)
  • Chapter 29. What If Edwards v. Vannoy Had Gone the Other Way? (July 19, 2021)
  • Chapter 30. Section 1983 Litigation, Supreme Court: October 2020 Term, Review and Analysis (October 2020-June 2021)
  • Chapter 31. Supreme Court Business Review: October 2020
  • Chapter 32. A Biblical Question Posed by the SCOTUS Nazi Art Appropriation Case (February 5, 2021)
  • Chapter 33. Old-School Intentions-and-Expectations Originalism in the Nominal Damages Case (March 8, 2021)
  • Chapter 34. The Hidden Ideological Stakes of a SCOTUS Patent Case (March 3, 2021)
  • Index.
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