Professor Shapiro On A Double Standard In The Court

This blockbuster week of Supreme Court decisions brought us two particular rulings of note. In her blog post, ISCOTUS Director and Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Carolyn Shapiro examines the opinions in cases with a similar result of less federal oversight, but opposite ideological majorities of Justices.

The cases: Shelby County v. Holder (Voting Rights Act) and US v. Windsor (DOMA).

Click here to read Professor Shapiro’s post: “Democratic legitimacy, Shelby County, and DOMA.”