At SCOTUSBlog, Prof. Howard Wasserman previews Nieves v. Bartlett, considering whether plaintiffs are limited in asserting First Amendment claims for retaliatory arrest.
Professor Howard M. Wasserman will be speaking at the Federal Bar Association Luncheon on Wednesday, October 17.
Professor Howard Wasserman has published “Nationwide” Injunctions are Really “Universal” Injunctions and they are Never Appropriate” in Lewis & Clark Law Review.
Professor Howard Wasserman appeared on KABC’s Gurvey’s Law to discuss the controversy over NFL policies prohibiting players from kneeling during the national anthem.
Professor Howard Wasserman published on SCOTUSBlog an analysis of the Court’s unanimous opinion in United States v. Sanchez-Gomez.
Prof. Howard Wasserman published two pieces on the widely read SCOTUSBlog.
Prof. Howard Wasserman published “Appealability, mandamus, and mootness in the shadow of restraints on criminal defendants”.
Professor Wasserman presented at “The Immigration Nexus: Law, Politics, and Constitutional Identity,” a symposium sponsored by Lewis & Clark Law Review.
Prof. Howard Wasserman has published the second edition of “Understanding Civil Rights Litigation” with Carolina Academic Press.
Prof. Howard Wasserman appeared on AirTalk on KPCC (Southern California Public Radio) to debate the validity of national injunctions.