Author Archives: Justin Kenney

  • The Mathematics of Constitutional Failure

    Posted on June 23, 2017 by Justin Kenney in JOL Online, JOL Online Notes.

    The Mathematics of Constitutional Failure By Carrie Leonetti [*] The federal courts were intended as anti-democratic structures.[1] Their interpretations of the federal constitution were supposed to be a counterweight to the excesses of the other two “democratic” branches.[2] The problem with this system is that the other two branches of government are not democratic. No one […]

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  • Congressman Adam Schiff ’85 (D-Calif.) Speaks at Harvard Journal on Legislation’s 2017 Symposium

    Posted on March 24, 2017 by Justin Kenney in Featured Items.

    Earlier this month, Congressman Adam Schiff spoke on the timely topics of privacy, security, and Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. presidential election at JOL’s 2017 Symposium: Legislating on the World Stage. You can read more about his other speakers’ insights here, and watch his remarks below.

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