Laurence Tribe

Laurence Tribe calls out the president for trying to "reverse the outcome of the Civil War" and rewrite the 14th Amendment.
Laurence Tribe said the attorney general will do just about anything to "please his master."
Laurence Tribe used a blistering tweet to accuse the Republican Senate majority leader of hypocrisy over his plans to fill any Supreme Court vacancy next year.
Harvard constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe said he'd honestly "never had an opponent who was quite as helpful" as Trump.
After the president declared that new filings in the Russia investigation "totally" cleared him, others gleefully pointed out a glaring oversight.
With a House vote this week, a diverse group -- including Mark Ruffalo, Alice Walker, Laurence Tribe and FreedomWorks -- is getting involved.
The "authoritarian" president "interfered with an investigation involving national security," writes Laurence Tribe.
Consider also, as if it were a negotiating position or film narrative, the Second Amendment argument made by Dorothy Samuels
In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, more than half the nation's states are vowing to bar Syrian refugees. But do they have the legal authority to do so? Harvard Law professors say the answer is clear: No.
Critics of President Barack Obama's landmark regulation to reduce carbon dioxide emissions almost always highlight a series of flawed studies to attack the Clean Power Plan. In fact, many are often paid for by utility or fossil fuel interests.
In an economic climate that's already challenging for the everyday consumer, a new problem looms: higher electricity costs, perhaps much higher. While it's often hard to pinpoint why a product or service increases in price, it's easy to identify the cause for this price hike: the Clean Power Plan.
Obama has used his pen-and-phone strategy to deal with issues like immigration, gun control, and health care. The approach has often led to legal battles. The latest move to end up in court concerns regulations to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, what has been billed as the centerpiece of Obama's plan to combat climate change.
Laurence Tribe, the Harvard law professor who argued the losing side of Bush v. Gore, is now defending the coal industry against the Environmental Protection Agency's planned rules for greenhouse pollution from power plants.
Democrats opposing Bork's nomination would have seen their votes as not just a stand against a particular judicial nominee but as a vote against the social agenda of an administration they felt was attempting to turn the page on the progress of previous decades.
Republican calls for Kagan's recusal from the health care cases have been met with Democratic exhortations that Justice Clarence
Frustrated Arizona Democrats say the bill is just one more attempt to placate the state’s radical right-wing conservatives
A campaign is underway to encourage the Department of Justice to refuse to defend the Defense of Marriage Act.