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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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03.22.13 Argument preview: Class arbitration agreements and the sounds of silence
02.26.13 Argument recap: Not-so-amusing uncertainty over capital post-conviction procedure in Texas
02.25.13 Opinion recap: Reaffirming double jeopardy’s line between “substantive” and “procedural” dismissals
02.22.13 Argument preview: On the vagaries of post-conviction capital criminal procedure in Texas
11.08.12 Argument recap: Court weighs its choices in double jeopardy case
11.02.12 Argument preview: Double jeopardy and the distinction between the correct and incorrect elements of the charged offense
08.21.12 Online Alexander Bickel Symposium: The passive virtues as means, not ends
06.12.12 Opinion analysis: A brand-new (and “absolutely weird”) theory of judicial review
03.21.12 Opinion analysis: A new remedy, but no right
03.01.12 Argument summary: Facial challenges, the MSPB, and an “absolutely weird” theory of administrative review
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