Professor Zasloff Writes for LegalPlanet on Why the 2016 Election Could Affect the Selection of Scalia’s Replacement

September 14, 2016—Professor Jonathan Zasloff authored an article for LegalPlanet exploring the ways in which the results of the 2016 election—along with which party holds the Senate—could affect the likelihood of filling late Supreme Court Justice Anthony Scalia’s role before 2020.  

  ““[It’s said that] surely they could not simply refuse to fill a Supreme Court seat.” Why not? The only reason why this is true is because of norms, not rules.”


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