Issue 1 - December 2019 Filling the Illinois Federal District Court Vacancies

Filling the Illinois Federal District Court Vacancies

Article By: Carl Tobias 47 PEPP. L. REV. 115 (2019) President Donald Trump repeatedly argues that appellate court appointments constitute his major success. The President and the United States Senate Republican Party majority have established records by approving fifty very conservative, young, and capable appellate court jurists. However, their confirmations have exacted a toll, particularly …

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Issue 1 – January 2018 Duty and Disobedience: The Conflict of Conscience and Compliance in the Trump Era

Duty and Disobedience: The Conflict of Conscience and Compliance in the Trump Era

Article by: Keith A. Petty 45 PEPP. L. REV. 55 (2018) In the first weeks of President Trump’s administration, the Acting Attorney General was fired for ordering the Justice Department not to enforce a controversial Executive Order on immigration. Police departments and corporate boardrooms prepare for deregulation and less oversight, opening the door to more …

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