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Supreme Court Nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, 2013 Canary Memorial Lecture

Lisa Peters  /  Tuesday, July 10, 2018  /  Categories: Just in Case  /  Rate this article:
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Supreme Court Nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh gave the Sumner Canary Memorial Lecture in 2013. His lecture entitled "The Courts and the Administrative State" can be found in volume 64(3) of the Case Western Reserve Law Review.

The lecture itself also is available for viewing via the website of the Center for Business Law and Regulation, as well as the law school's website. Here is a description of the lecture topics.

"As an appeals court judge in Washington, D.C. Judge Kavanaugh entertains arguments on some of the most pressing and controversial issues of constitutional and administrative law. He has tackled tough issues such as the legality of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Clean Air Act, and the Voting Rights Act. Judge Kavanaugh will provide an update on recent developments in the administrative process as well as providing insight and analysis of recent major court rulings affecting individual agencies."

The Law Library of Congress has bibliographic information on Judge Kavanaugh.

SCOTUSblog also has a good post by Amy Howe.

Of course, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are also covering the nomination.

NPR offered a profile of Judge Kavanaugh on July 9, 2018. Dominico Montanaro notes that: "Kavanaugh is a connected Washington insider with roots in politics in the George W. Bush White House. He has written almost 300 opinions for the D.C. Circuit in 12 years — and he is only 53, which means he could serve on the high court for a very long time." 

A July 12, 2018 Slate article warned about Judge Kavanaugh's "outdated privacy views" with respect to topics such as "police drones, facial recognition software, and big data." Margot T. Kaminski states that "Trump's nominee is still stuck in the age of beepers."

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