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Gerrymandering and 'gobbledygook'

By Kevin R. Johnson, Justin Levitt Brian Cardile, Nicolas Sonnenburg | Oct. 6, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court,
Constitutional Law

Oct. 6, 2017

Gerrymandering and 'gobbledygook'

Loyola Law School professor Justin Levitt unpacks this week's SCOTUS arguments on political gerrymandering, and UC Davis School of Law Dean Kevin Johnson offers insights on the case considering constitutional rights of detained non-citizens


This week was a busy one in Washington at the Supreme Court, and two experts help explain a couple of the week's most prominent cases, 'Gill v. Whitford,' and 'Rodriguez v. Jennings.' Plus, reporter Nick Sonnenburg discusses the attorney reactions he heard after arguments in the triumvirate of employment arbitration cases


Brian Cardile

Daily Journal Staff Writer

Nicolas Sonnenburg

Daily Journal Staff Writer

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