Eric Segall

Eric Segall is a professor of law at the Georgia State College of Law.

Clarence Thomas just hates having all this power

May 23, 2024 /

Being the darling of the Heritage Foundation, the Federalist Society and Fox is not enough for this poor little snowflake, writes Eric Segall.

Federalist Society judges are acting badly, again

May 10, 2024 /

An ongoing saga, writes Eric Segall.

The Supreme Court’s rule of lawlessness

May 6, 2024 /

The Roberts courts relies on demonstrably false facts and obviously misleading descriptions of prior rulings, writes Eric Segall.

10 SCOTUS facts to tide us over until it wrecks the country

April 25, 2024 /

A lot of pain is coming as we head towards that great artificial deadline the justices created for themselves known as “June,” writes Eric Segall.

There’s a constitutional apocalypse on the horizon

March 15, 2024 /

Don’t expect We the People to take it lying it down, writes Eric Segall.

Justice Clarence Thomas has made life harder for racial minorities one case at a time

February 29, 2024 /

The why isn’t as important as the how, writes Eric Segall.

It’s crystal clear: SCOTUS is not going to disqualify Trump

February 13, 2024 /

For the Roberts Court, values, politics and consequences count for much more than text, history and precedent, writes Eric Segall.

Does the Constitution forbid questioning judicial nominees for views that are part of their faith?

May 21, 2022 /

Real religious tests and phony ones.

The Constitution has nothing to do with overturning Roe

May 4, 2022 /

So long stare decisis, we hardly knew you.

A professor of constitutional law asks: Is it time to consider ignoring the Supreme Court?

March 22, 2022 /

Starting a difficult conversation.