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News@Law, 02/01/2017

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Bloomberg
Neil Gorsuch, Elite Conservative
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. “Was that a surprise?” asked President Donald Trump on Tuesday night after the pseudo-drama of the reality-show-style bakeoff between two finalists whittled down from a list of 21. Well, no. Trump’s Supreme Court pick was resoundingly predictable. I say that simply because I did predict the selection of Judge Neil Gorsuch back on Nov. 16 -- based on his close fit to the profile sought by conservative legal elites. There was nothing very deep about my prediction. Having promised to leave the decision to the Federalist Society, Trump did exactly that. He gave them an intellectual who went to Harvard Law School like Justice Antonin Scalia (and five other members of the current court); studied in Oxford as a Marshall scholar like Justice Stephen Breyer; clerked on the Supreme Court like three other sitting justices; and has been reliably conservative for years. He even looks like the TV version of a Supreme Court justice, complete with silver hair and a firm jaw.
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The Wall Street Journal
Legal Community Reacts to the Nomination
The nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to be the next Supreme Court justice came as little surprise Tuesday night after days of speculation that he was the president’s leading candidate...Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe said via email of the nominee “that he’s extremely smart, knows federal law and procedure inside and out, writes elegantly and with nuance, is at the top of his game analytically, and totally idolizes the late Justice Scalia and what he identifies as Scalia’s almost regal indifference to the practical human consequences of his rulings.”
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USA Today
Neil Gorsuch: Stellar résumé and Scalia-like legal philosophy
When Donald Trump released his first list of 11 potential Supreme Court nominees last May, many legal scholars were surprised Neil Gorsuch did not make the cut. They needn’t have worried...Harvard Law School lecturer Jane Nitze recalls interviewing with Gorsuch in 2007 for a law clerk's position and "coming away with an impression that this is not just an incredibly brilliant person, but he is just the nicest guy out there" -- someone who takes his former law clerks on annual skip trips in the Colorado mountains.
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The Boston Globe
A critic’s guide: Five ways Trump may have violated the Constitution
Less than two weeks ago, Donald Trump stood in the shadow of the US Capitol and took an oath to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Now, 11 days later, critics steeped in constitutional law from across the ideological spectrum are already saying the new president has violated sections of that document...“I wouldn’t say he’s bumping into the Constitution, he’s crashing through it,” said Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe, who has joined litigation against the new president on a separate matter. “I’ve never seen anything like this in my lifetime.”
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The Hill
Will Ringling’s closure clear the way for federal circus legislation?
An op-ed by fellow Delcianna J. Winders. With Ringling Bros.—the most active and spendthrift opponent of legislation to protect circus animals—shuttering, it may finally be possible for bipartisan public safety and animal welfare efforts to succeed. Introduced by Reps. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and Ryan Costello (R-Pa.), the Traveling Exotic Animal & Public Safety Protection Act, H.R. 6342, would ban traveling wild animal acts given their risks to humans and animals alike. While political debates rage, this simple, important measure—one that countries across the world have already taken—should be a no-brainer.
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The Commercial Appeal (Memphis)
Will Shrine circuses adapt or perish?
An op-ed by fellow Delcianna Winders. Ringling Bros. is shuttering, and more and more people are realizing — and eschewing — the abuse inherent in forcing wild animals to perform tricks. But it’s business as usual for the Al Chymia Shrine Circus, which will haul suffering, dangerous animals to Memphis’ Agricenter Showplace Arena in a few weeks. It’s time for Shrines to reevaluate their fundraising methods and join the 21st century.
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