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Amy Howe details the 10 argued cases that remain undecided from the October 2017 term in this post.
We're hosting an online symposium on October Term 2017’s separation-of-powers and administrative-law decisions. Contributions are available at this link.

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Daniel Richman is the Paul J. Kellner Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.

Date Post Title
06.20.13 Opinion analysis: When is a burglary not a burglary?
01.08.13 Argument recap: Court struggles with classifying prior burglary convictions across states and courtrooms
01.04.13 Argument preview: When is a burglary a “burglary”?
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