Amanda Frost Academic Round-up

Amanda Frost is a Professor of Law at American University, where she specializes in the federal court system and federal jurisdiction, civil procedure, statutory interpretation, and transparency in government. Prior to entering academia Professor Frost was a staff attorney for Public Citizen Litigation Group for five years, where she briefed and argued cases at all levels of the federal judiciary. Professor Frost clerked for Judge A. Raymond Randolph on the D.C. Circuit and is a graduate of Harvard Law School.

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04.14.16 Academic highlight: State standing and United States v. Texas
03.24.16 Academic highlight: Does oral argument matter?
01.28.16 Academic highlight: Baude and Sachs on state sovereign immunity
11.18.15 Academic highlight: Yoshino on Obergefell v. Hodges
09.29.15 Academic highlight: Retroactivity of decisions setting new Eighth Amendment proportionality standards
07.22.15 Academic highlight: Resnik on mandatory arbitration
07.08.15 Academic highlight: Howard on the evolving Supreme Court
05.06.15 Academic highlight: The influence of the Supreme Court clerk
04.03.15 Academic highlight: Johnson on the demise of immigration exceptionalism
02.27.15 Academic highlight: Style versus substance
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