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Saturday, September 29, 2018

"Nationwide" Injunctions Are Really "Universal" Injunctions and they are Never Appropriate (Final)

I am pleased that the final version of my article on universal injunctions has been published in Lewis & Clark Law Review. The editing process over the summer was quite adventurous. I added four or five different updates and sets of changes to account for new developments, including resolution of the travel ban (and Justice Thomas' concurring opinion), the court of appeals decisions on scope-of-injunction in both sanctuary-city cases, and the class action in the unaccompanied-minor abortion litigation.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on September 29, 2018 at 09:00 AM in Civil Procedure, Constitutional thoughts, Howard Wasserman, Judicial Process, Law and Politics | Permalink

Comments

Absolutely, they were great--very patient and very diligent about getting everything right. And the board leadership changed mid-summer.

Posted by: Howard Wasserman | Sep 30, 2018 11:55:39 AM

The Lewis & Clark Law Review is a great journal! My guess is that the students handled it all with good grace, rolling with the punches.

Posted by: Joe Miller | Sep 29, 2018 9:51:44 AM

The Lewis & Clark Law Review is a great journal! My guess is that the students handled it all with good grace, rolling with the punches.

Posted by: Joe Miller | Sep 29, 2018 9:51:44 AM

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