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Stephen I. Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) is a professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law. His teaching and research focus on federal jurisdiction, constitutional law (especially the separation of powers), national security law, and international criminal law.

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10.31.17 Argument analysis: A quixotic search for the general meaning of state-court summary affirmances
10.30.17 Argument analysis: Major capital habeas case appears headed toward narrow reversal
10.23.17 Argument preview: To which state-court adjudications must federal habeas courts defer?
10.23.17 Argument preview: A subtle but significant dispute over funding federal habeas petitions in capital cases
07.12.17 Symposium: How the acting solicitor general (sort of) saved the travel ban
06.27.17 Opinion analysis: In Texas capital case, divided court limits scope of “nested” ineffective-assistance claims
04.25.17 Argument analysis: Justices seem inclined to avoid creating “an enormous hole in the doctrine of procedural default” in nested ineffective-assistance case
04.20.17 Opinion analysis: States can’t keep money they collect pursuant to subsequently overturned convictions
04.19.17 Opinion analysis: Justices require notice of appeal from deferred restitution judgments
04.17.17 Argument preview: Another Texas capital case raising a nested ineffective assistance of counsel issue
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