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Marty Lederman is Associate Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center.

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06.17.13 Pyrrhic victory for federal government in Arizona voter registration case? [UPDATED with reference to Shelby County]
03.29.13 Revisiting the Court’s several options in the California marriage case
03.23.13 The spectator line for the marriage cases — update
03.01.13 The Court’s five options in the California marriage case
02.28.13 Two important state amicus briefs in the California marriage case
02.13.13 The single most significant thing about the topside briefs in the same-sex marriage cases [UPDATED]
01.21.13 Understanding standing: The Court’s Article III questions in the same-sex marriage cases (VII)
01.21.13 Understanding standing: The Court’s Article III questions in the same-sex marriage cases (VI)
01.20.13 Understanding standing: The Court’s Article III questions in the same-sex marriage cases (V)
01.19.13 Understanding standing: The Court’s Article III questions in the same-sex marriage cases (IV)
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