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Stephen Wermiel SCOTUS for Law Students

Stephen Wermiel writes the “SCOTUS for law students” column for SCOTUSblog. He is a professor of practice at American University Washington College of Law, where he teaches constitutional law and a seminar on the Supreme Court.

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10.15.18 SCOTUS for law students: Remembering recent confirmation hearings
07.02.18 SCOTUS for law students: Supreme Court mysteries and the justices’ papers (Corrected)
05.31.18 SCOTUS for law students: Supreme Court celebrity
05.18.18 SCOTUS for law students: Counting at the Supreme Court
12.29.17 SCOTUS for law students: Gorsuch’s start (Corrected)
12.08.17 SCOTUS for law students: Splitting the free speech community
11.17.17 SCOTUS for law students: The roles of the chief justice
05.18.17 SCOTUS for law students: Waiting for Gorsuch
04.04.17 SCOTUS for law students: The Senate votes
02.16.17 SCOTUS for law students: Predicting Supreme Court justices
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