Essay on Federal Judicial Supremacy and Ballot Initiatives

The Yale Law Journal Pocket Part published this interesting essay by my co-clerk today. The piece discusses this year's various ballot initiatives attacking judicial independence, and addresses the threat these initiatives pose to the supremacy of federal courts on matters of constitutional law (viz. Cooper v. Aaron). I highly recommend giving it a read, regardless of whether your state is considering such an initiative.

Also, mad props to my co-clerk.

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