F1@1F’s second installment of its Guide to SCOTUS Seats is now live at Above the Law:
Last week, I gave you all the information you need to be at the head of the line. But getting there is only the start of the full experience. After the jump, I give you some tips to maximize your morning.
Read the rest here.
New readers, have fun digging through F1@1F’s archives – may I suggest starting from the start?
My tutorial on when to arrive at the Court is now live at Above the Law:
I needed clarity—a bright moral line—to cut through my sleepless haze and save my principles from ATL’s temptation. I needed Justice Scalia.
But Justice Scalia, only hours before, killed his credibility when he openly embraced “substantive due process,” the living constitutionalists’ darling device for abortion- and gay-rights, rather than face the liberal consequences of an originalist reading of a resurrected Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.
That sealed it. If Scalia could imperil his legacy for the sake of convenient results, then so could I.
Read the rest at Above the Law. Part II will be up over there next week.