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Amanda Frost Academic Round-up

Amanda Frost is a professor of law at American University Washington College of Law, where she specializes in constitutional law, immigration law and the federal courts and federal jurisdiction. Before entering academia, Frost clerked for Judge A. Raymond Randolph on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and spent five years as a staff attorney at Public Citizen, where she litigated cases at all levels of the federal judicial system. She has also worked for the Senate Judiciary Committee, serves as a supervising attorney in the Immigrant Justice Clinic, and spent a year as a Fulbright Scholar studying transparency reform in the European Union.

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02.04.20 Academic highlight: Sachs responds to “How to Save the Supreme Court”
01.09.20 Academic highlight: Sohoni on the “lost history” of nationwide injunctions
11.01.19 Academic highlight: Sherry on the “Kardashian Court”
06.07.19 Academic highlight: Fallon on “Law and Legitimacy in the Supreme Court”
04.19.19 Academic highlight: Levitt on the collateral consequences of Department of Commerce v. New York
12.18.18 Academic highlight: Epps and Sitaraman on how to save the Supreme Court
11.14.18 Academic highlight: Hasen on political polarization and the Supreme Court
09.18.18 Academic highlight: Greenhouse and Siegel on the past, present and future of Roe v. Wade
07.11.18 Academic highlight: Collins and Ringhand on nominees’ responsiveness at Supreme Court confirmation hearings
07.05.18 Academic highlight: Nelson, Gibson and Fontana on the public’s support for the Supreme Court
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