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August 2022

Does Dobbs v. Jackson Threaten The Supreme Court’s Legitimacy?
August 4, 2022
Adam White & Elayne Allen, Public Discourse


July 2022

Oligarchies, Monopolies, and the Constitution
July 18, 2022
Feat. Adam White, National Constitution Center

SCOTUS Demonstrates Why We No Longer Need Chevron Deference
July 6, 2022
Eli NachmanyNewsweek

The Supreme Court reminds the executive branch: Congress makes the laws
July 1, 2022
Jenn Mascott & Eli Nachmany
, Washington Post

Commentary Podcast
July 1, 2022
Feat. Adam White, regarding West Virginia v. EPA


June 2022

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has a lot to celebrate
June 30, 2022
Jessica Gresko, The Washington Post
Feat. Jenn Mascott

Here’s why Supreme Court justices are the only federal judges who are exempt from the Code of Conduct
June 27, 2022
Nathaniel Lee, CNBC
Feat. Adam White

Analysis: Supreme Court conservatives assert power with abortion, gun rulings
June 27, 2022
Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
Feat. Jenn Mascott

Fox News
June 26, 2022
Jenn Mascott, regarding the impact of the Dobbs decision

NBC’s Today
June 25, 2022
Jenn Mascott, discussing the logic behind the Dobbs decision

Justice Samuel Alito, the architect of overturning Roe v. Wade, told senators he viewed the abortion rights landmark as ‘important precedent.’ Now he says ‘stare decisis’ doesn’t protect it.
June 24, 2022
Jacob ShamsianBusiness Insider
Feat. Jenn Mascott

NBC News Special Report
June 24, 2022
Jenn Mascott with Lester Holt, regarding the reaction to the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision

The Supreme Court Reclaims Its Legitimacy
June 24, 2022
Jenn Mascott & David Rivkin
, WSJ Opinion

CNN Early Start
June 24, 2022
Jenn Mascott, regarding the Supreme Court’s 2nd Amendment NY handgun ruling

How the Supreme Court’s major climate case could change the course of Biden’s presidency
June 11, 2022
John Fritze, USA Today
Feat. Adam White


May 2022

Alito’s Master Stroke, Between Precedent and Original Meaning
May 15, 2022
Jenn Mascott, WSJ Opinion

Could The Dobbs Leak Change Supreme Court Clerkships?
May 11, 2022
Cara Bayles, Law360
Feat. Jenn Mascott

Jenn Mascott on Meet the Press
May 9, 2022
Jenn Mascott,
NBC


March 2022

Read testimony from the witnesses testifying today before the Senate Judiciary Committee 
March 24, 2022
CNN
Feat. Jenn Mascott

SCOTUS will consider war powers in case of ailing veteran claiming employment discrimination
March 24, 2022
Mark Walsh
, ABA Journal
Read Gray Center’s Separation of Powers Clinic brief on the case here>>>

Sens. Cruz, Lee Brief High Court in Vet’s Disability Denial Row
March 8, 2022
Max JaegerLaw360
Read Gray Center’s Separation of Powers Clinic brief on the case here>>>

The Supreme Court Could Soon Decide When a Federal Officer Can Be Sued
March 1, 2022
Madeleine CarlisleTime (picked up by Yahoo!)

How Appealing
March 1, 2022
“C. Boyden Gray Center Adds Paul D. Clement, Steven A. Engel, and Donald F. McGahn II as Distinguished Practitioners in Residence”: The C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State at the Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason
howappealing.abovethelaw.com/2022/03/01/#17
Howard Bashman

C. Boyden Gray Center in Politico’s First in Playbook
March 1, 2022
Rachael Bade, Ryan Lizza, and Eugene DanielsPolitico


January 2022

How Appealing
January 28, 2022
“The Administrative State Goes to Court: A ‘Halftime’ Analysis of the Supreme Court’s Term.” The C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State at the Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason University will host this webinar on Monday,
https://howappealing.abovethelaw.com/2022/01/28/#171250
Howard Bashman

How FERC, courts may change pipeline industry in 2022
January 20, 2022
Niina H. Farah, Miranda Wilson, Carlos Anchondo, E&E News–Energywire

Supreme Court Vaccine Decision Signals Trouble for Climate Rule
January 14, 2022
Kimberly Strawbridge Robinson
& Courtney RozenBloomberg Law

How Appealing
January 10, 2022
“The Pulse of the Court: Recap of the Supreme Court Arguments on the Vaccine-or-Testing Mandate.” You can access today’s new episode of the “Gray Matters” podcast, hosted by law professor Jennifer Mascott with guest Steve Lehotsky, via this link:
https://howappealing.abovethelaw.com/2022/01/10/#169568
Howard Bashman

Conservative Supreme Court Justices Question Basis For Biden COVID-19 Vaccine Policies
January 9, 2022
Katie Yoder & Shannon Mullen, Catholic News Agency

Vaccine Mandate Cases May Hold Clues About Whether Supreme Court Intends to Drastically Constrain Biden’s Power
January 6, 2022
Kate RigaTalking Points Memo

Courts may overhaul energy law in 2022. Here’s how
January 3, 2022
Niina H. FarahE&E News–Energywire


December 2021

Text, History, and Tradition Will Likely Govern the Resolution of Dobbs
December 1, 2021
Jennifer L. Mascott
, Gray Center Co-Executive Director, RealClear Policy


November 2021

Chief Justice of the Court of Natural Law
November 5, 2021
Ken Masugi, American Greatness


October 2021

A Judge for First Principles
October 24, 2021
The Editorial Board, The Wall Street Journal

Clarence Thomas’s Monumental Legacy
October 23, 2021
Jennifer L. Mascott, Gray Center Co-Executive Director, National Review

A Night To Remember With Justice Thomas
October 21, 2021
Josh Blackman, Reason