Tag Archives: Ninth Circuit

Faith in the Ninth Circuit

by Daniel Hemel — Thursday, Mar. 16, 2017

The Ninth Circuit’s decision to deny en banc review in Washington v. Trump was not, of course, the biggest development yesterday in litigation related to the President’s executive orders restricting entry from seven six overwhelmingly Muslim countries. But the Ninth Circuit’s denial of reconsideration—and, more specifically, Judge Bybee’s dissent from the denial—is worthy of attention […]

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: A Walk in the Wide, Wide World

by Aaron Nielson — Friday, Sept. 9, 2016@Aaron_L_Nielson

Each week I blog about the D.C. Circuit. There is a reason for this. In today’s world, we are flooded with commentary about the Supreme Court—and the law of diminishing returns is real. Thus, although the D.C. Circuit is (probably) less important than the Supreme Court, there is more “bounce to the ounce” in covering […]