SCOTUSblog References Professor Zelinsky's Blog Post on South Dakota v. Wayfair

SCOTUSblog references Professor Edward Zelinsky's OUPblog post on South Dakota v. Wayfair, which is a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that challenges the existing law (Quill v. North Dakota) stating that States can only impose tax collectiion on sellers who are physically present in the taxing state.

Professor Zelinsky's Op-Ed Letter in the Wall Street Journal: "High Taxes in New York Are Your Problem, Gov. Cuomo"

January 1, 2018 - Professor Ed Zelinsky's letter in the Wall Street Journal states that "Gov. Cuomo claims that capping the federal income tax deduction for state and local taxes leads to unfair double taxation. But, ironically, the governor oversees one of the worst double taxation schemes in America: New York taxes the entire income of a nonresident who works for a New York employer when a nonresident works from home in another state and pays tax in that state."

What Should Congress Do About the Johnson Amendment? Professor Zelinsky Weighs in on OUPblog

The Johnson Amendment bans tax-exempt institutions from participating in political campaigns. The tax bill the U.S. House of Representatives passed would modify the Johnson Amendment. The tax bill the U.S. Senate passed does not address the amendment.

"War By Any Other Name? It's Still War" Professors Rona and Getgen Kestenbaum in Opinio Juris

The Geneva Conventions are clear that the use of force by one state against another constitutes an international armed conflict, i.e., a war. Congress has never said otherwise, and so, both domestic and international law dictate the same conclusion: the United States and Syria are at war.

Professor Ed Zelinsky Explains Why He Supports Confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch in the OUPblog

"The relevant question in such an environment is whether, from among the pool of politically realistic nominees, the president has selected a nominee of professional distinction, one whose credentials and demeanor reinforce the rule of law."

New York Law Journal: Professors Barbara Kolsun and Lee Sporn Write About the Many Hats of a Fashion Lawyer

Fashion has achieved the status of a truly global industry, and the rapid growth of fashion law is now catching up to the challenges facing mass-market fashion brands

Prof. Stanley Fish's Op-Ed in the NY Times Sunday Review: 'Professors, Stop Opining About Trump'

The New York Times - Professors are at it again, demonstrating in public how little they understand the responsibilities and limits of their profession.

SPEAK FREE Act Would Silence Civil Rights and Public Interest Litigants: Professor Alex Reinert Writes Op-Ed in The Hill

The Hill - In 1948, an African-American man named G.W. McLaurin sued the University of Oklahoma to challenge a state law that banned colleges from educating blacks and whites together. As appalling as this law seems today, Mr. McLaurin had to fight hard to vindicate his rights, and his case ultimately paved the way for the complete desegregation of schools when he prevailed in United States Supreme Court.

Professor Edward Zelinsky Proposes Eight Member Supreme Court in Blog Post

OUPblog - Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has publicly stated that the US Supreme Court does not function well with eight members. I disagree. Under present circumstances, it would be best for the country and the Court to abolish the vacant Supreme Court seat held by Justice Scalia and to proceed permanently with an eight member court.