Editor's Note :

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We’re hosting a symposium on the Roberts court and the First Amendment’s religion clauses. In a series of six essays, scholars and commentators will analyze major decisions from the 2019-20 term and look to the future of the court’s religion jurisprudence. Click to follow along.

Jordan Steiker Guest

Jordan Steiker is the Judge Robert M. Parker Chair in Law and Co-Director of the Capital Punishment Center at the University of Texas School of Law.

Date Post Title
04.24.14 Opinion analysis: Extending limitations on habeas relief
12.12.13 Argument analysis: Remorseless application of AEDPA?
12.06.13 Argument preview: Varying degrees of speaking and silence
05.29.13 Opinion analysis: Innocence exception survives, innocence claim does not (Updated)
03.01.13 Argument recap: Habeas irony – procedural obstacles might prevent Court from reaching “merits” of procedural issue
02.21.13 Argument preview: Is the innocence exception to procedural obstacles itself subject to procedural obstacles?
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