Steve Vladeck Guest

Stephen I. Vladeck is a Professor of Law at American University Washington College of Law. His teaching and research focus on federal jurisdiction, constitutional law (especially the separation of powers), national security law, and international criminal law.

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01.13.16 Argument analysis: A confusing search for “clearly established” law
01.05.16 Argument preview: How specific must “clearly established” law be to support federal habeas relief?
11.04.15 Argument analysis: The surprising absence of canons from a debate over the meaning of ambiguous statutory text
10.29.15 Argument preview: Can a state-law crime be “described in” a federal statute that has a unique jurisdictional element?
06.18.15 Opinion analysis: How habeas courts should assess harmless error in a procedural Batson challenge
06.15.15 Opinion analysis: Distinguishing between jurisdiction over (and the merits of) untimely immigration appeals
05.18.15 Opinion analysis: Dismissed prisoner suits count as “strikes” even while being appealed
04.30.15 Argument analysis: The easy way or the hard way to decide an untimely immigration appeal?
04.27.15 Argument preview: What happens when deadlines in removal proceedings are missed due to ineffective assistance of counsel?
03.03.15 Argument analysis: AEDPA deference, Brecht deference, and a Lackey tangent in a California capital case
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