Richard Posner doesn’t leave the bench quietly.
Tag: Judge Richard Posner
Posner v. Scalia—fight canceled
Did Scalia duck Posner?
A rite and a writ—a good week for gay marriage
A gay couple from Wisconsin marry in Chicago as the Seventh Circuit strikes down that state’s constitutional amendment forbidding same-sex marriage.
Conflict resolution in the Seventh Circuit
Judge Posner and a lawyer joust in a national security case, and affection sneaks out.
A sympathetic word for contemptuous judges
How much respect for the legislative branch can we expect a judge to have?
Court rulings keep firing away at Chicago’s gun laws
Successful Second Amendment challenges have reshaped gun-control policies and politics well beyond the city limits.
Despite reservations, Richard Posner will preside at the trial of Socrates
The mark of a great mind is its ability to rationalize away misgivings lesser minds should be ashamed they don’t have
Scalia—the last word in gun control
On gun control, Judge Richard Posner deferred to his adversary, Justice Antonin Scalia
The Posner-Scalia row—the latest round
Scalia and Posner continue to disagree disagreeably
Posner v. Scalia
Richard Posner versus Antonin Scalia
A couple of judges on criminal justice
John Paul Stevens and Richard J. Posner review William Stuntz’s “The Collapse of American Criminal Justice.”
Conrad Black speaks — and writes
Conrad Black’s new book rips American justice.
A Split Decision for Conrad Black in the 7th Circuit
Conrad Black bats 2 for 4 in Appellate Court.
Conrad Black Is About to Be Bailed Out
The distinction between getting out and getting vindicated is of little concern to the prisoner being set free. Or to anyone who dotes on the prisoner.