The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of US Supreme Court Decisions

A take on the “Worst Supreme Court Decisions” is found at the Los Angeles Times in an article written by David G. Savage, reporting on a survey of law professors which included respondents “Jack Balkin, Yale; Mary L. Dudziak, USC; Jonathan Varat, UCLA; Richard Epstein, University of Chicago; Erwin Chemerinsky, UC Irvine; Goodwin Liu, UC Berkeley; Pamela Karlan, Stanford; Michael C. Dorf, Cornell; Steven Calabresi, Northwestern; Douglas Kmiec, Pepperdine; John C. Eastman, Chapman; Marci Hamilton, Cardozo Law School; M. Edward Whelan, Ethics and Public Policy Center; and Robert A. Levey, Cato Institute and the co-author with William Mellor of “The Dirty Dozen,” a book on 12 Supreme Court decisions that “radically expanded government.”

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