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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is known as one of the Supreme Court’s speediest writers, a distinction that leaves her, perhaps, with ample time for speaking engagements, even during the hectic final months of the Supreme Court’s term. Early this May, Ginsburg traveled to Buenos Aires for...

John Elwood (finally) reviews Monday’s relists. Monday’s order list was a striking illustration of how nice it is to have Washington on your side: Of the four relisted cases the Supreme Court agreed to review, the government (either as amicus or respondent) had told the court...

At The Economist’s Democracy in America blog, Steven Mazie observes that Monday’s decision in Epic Systems v. Lewis, in which the court held that arbitration clauses in employment contracts that require employees to forgo class and collective actions are enforceable, “gives employers a powerful tool...