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Erwin Chemerinsky

Dean and Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law

UC Berkeley School of Law



Columns
Title Category Published
The president and the law Government, Constitutional Law Feb. 13, 2018
Pregnancy clinic case should be easy decision U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Administrative/Regulatory Jan. 18, 2018
Cake arguments show that it’s still the Kennedy court U.S. Supreme Court, Corporate, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights Dec. 7, 2017
There’s much more at stake than cake U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights Nov. 14, 2017
Letting the democratic process work U.S. Supreme Court, Government, Constitutional Law Oct. 19, 2017
Presidential pardons and criminal contempt U.S. Supreme Court, Criminal, Constitutional Law Aug. 30, 2017
When an out-of-state corporation is at home U.S. Supreme Court, Civil Litigation, Corporate, Civil Rights, California Supreme Court, California Courts of Appeal, Appellate Practice, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Aug. 15, 2017
A troubling free exercise decision Civil Rights Jul. 18, 2017
Rulings create causation confusion U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jun. 13, 2017
Ruling is important victory for civil rights U.S. Supreme Court May. 17, 2017
Ruling is important victory for civil rights U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights May. 16, 2017
A court'spower toimposesanctions U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Apr. 21, 2017
A court's power to impose sanctions U.S. Supreme Court Apr. 21, 2017
Nothing was lost with confirmation filibuster Government Apr. 10, 2017
Decisions show increased attention to racism in criminal trials U.S. Supreme Court, Criminal, Constitutional Law Mar. 14, 2017
The rule of law Immigration, Government, Constitutional Law Feb. 14, 2017
Should Democrats filibuster Gorsuch? U.S. Supreme Court, Government, Constitutional Law Feb. 7, 2017
My case against Jeff Sessions for AG Government, Civil Rights Jan. 18, 2017
Does the bar even measure the right skills? Law Practice, State Bar & Bar Associations Dec. 15, 2016
Let the democratic process work U.S. Supreme Court, Government, Constitutional Law Dec. 15, 2016
The court that could have been U.S. Supreme Court, Law Practice, Constitutional Law Nov. 15, 2016
CFPB ruling ignores decades of Supreme Court precedent Government, Administrative/Regulatory Oct. 19, 2016
Unanimously wrong U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Sep. 19, 2016
A life in the stream of history U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Books Sep. 13, 2016
Protecting the right to vote Constitutional Law Aug. 18, 2016
The Anthony Kennedy Court U.S. Supreme Court Jul. 19, 2016
Weekly Appellate Report Podcast #8 Perulta, Halo & Art of Oral Argument Appellate Practice Jun. 17, 2016
Gun rights may shift in Scalia's absence U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Jun. 15, 2016
States should be subject to suit in other states Tax, Government, Constitutional Law May. 18, 2016
Why a unanimous decision in voting districting case? U.S. Supreme Court Apr. 13, 2016
Can Merrick Garland be confirmed? U.S. Supreme Court Mar. 19, 2016
Judging requires value choices U.S. Supreme Court, Judges and Judiciary Mar. 16, 2016
An empty seat on the court U.S. Supreme Court Feb. 18, 2016
The US Supreme Court in 2016 U.S. Supreme Court Jan. 13, 2016
After shootings, experts discuss US gun law Criminal Dec. 23, 2015
Constitutional scholars debate Second Amendment Dec. 22, 2015
Round Table Discussions: The Second Amendment Dec. 19, 2015
Scalia's comments were offensive and racist U.S. Supreme Court Dec. 16, 2015
Supreme Court's Johnson decision has enormous implications Constitutional Law Nov. 19, 2015
The legacy of the trial of OJ Law Practice, Criminal Oct. 14, 2015
Breyer bound by court opinions Judges and Judiciary Oct. 1, 2015
Speech isn't so free in DC U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Sep. 16, 2015
Majority shuns Scalia's approach U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Aug. 19, 2015
Judicial activism! But only if we lose U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jul. 15, 2015
Killing a check on the executive branch U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jun. 17, 2015
Door to campaign finance regulation Government, Constitutional Law May. 12, 2015
Bearing arms in the 9th Circuit U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Apr. 15, 2015
Protect student speech Constitutional Law Mar. 18, 2015
Fine art royalty passes muster Intellectual Property Feb. 19, 2015
The future of federal courts U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jan. 14, 2015
Holding police officers liable U.S. Supreme Court, Criminal, Constitutional Law Dec. 17, 2014
Let's lift the high court's curtain U.S. Supreme Court Nov. 19, 2014
Backing into marriage equality U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights Oct. 15, 2014
Congress needs to approve ISIS attack Government Sep. 17, 2014
Health care law should be upheld Health Care & Hospital Law, Government, Constitutional Law Aug. 18, 2011
Court Snubs Free Speech to Bow to Military Constitutional Law Mar. 15, 2006

Verdicts & Settlements
Case Name Topic Role Published
Sipprelle, et al. v. City of Laguna Beach, et al. Civil Rights attorney (Plaintiff) Jul. 3, 2010
Robert Mosier, Interim Bankruptcy Trustee for the Estate of Neil Jouvenat, M.D., v. S.C.P.I.E. Breach of Contract expert (Plaintiff) Aug. 27, 1994
Case Name Topic Role Published
Sipprelle, et al. v. City of Laguna Beach, et al. Civil Rights attorney (Plaintiff) Jul. 3, 2010
Robert Mosier, Interim Bankruptcy Trustee for the Estate of Neil Jouvenat, M.D., v. S.C.P.I.E. Breach of Contract expert (Plaintiff) Aug. 27, 1994
Title Category Published
The president and the law Government, Constitutional Law Feb. 13, 2018
Pregnancy clinic case should be easy decision U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Administrative/Regulatory Jan. 18, 2018
Cake arguments show that it’s still the Kennedy court U.S. Supreme Court, Corporate, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights Dec. 7, 2017
There’s much more at stake than cake U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights Nov. 14, 2017
Letting the democratic process work U.S. Supreme Court, Government, Constitutional Law Oct. 19, 2017
Presidential pardons and criminal contempt U.S. Supreme Court, Criminal, Constitutional Law Aug. 30, 2017
When an out-of-state corporation is at home U.S. Supreme Court, Civil Litigation, Corporate, Civil Rights, California Supreme Court, California Courts of Appeal, Appellate Practice, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Aug. 15, 2017
A troubling free exercise decision Civil Rights Jul. 18, 2017
Rulings create causation confusion U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jun. 13, 2017
Ruling is important victory for civil rights U.S. Supreme Court May. 17, 2017
Ruling is important victory for civil rights U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights May. 16, 2017
A court'spower toimposesanctions U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Apr. 21, 2017
A court's power to impose sanctions U.S. Supreme Court Apr. 21, 2017
Nothing was lost with confirmation filibuster Government Apr. 10, 2017
Decisions show increased attention to racism in criminal trials U.S. Supreme Court, Criminal, Constitutional Law Mar. 14, 2017
The rule of law Immigration, Government, Constitutional Law Feb. 14, 2017
Should Democrats filibuster Gorsuch? U.S. Supreme Court, Government, Constitutional Law Feb. 7, 2017
My case against Jeff Sessions for AG Government, Civil Rights Jan. 18, 2017
Does the bar even measure the right skills? Law Practice, State Bar & Bar Associations Dec. 15, 2016
Let the democratic process work U.S. Supreme Court, Government, Constitutional Law Dec. 15, 2016
The court that could have been U.S. Supreme Court, Law Practice, Constitutional Law Nov. 15, 2016
CFPB ruling ignores decades of Supreme Court precedent Government, Administrative/Regulatory Oct. 19, 2016
Unanimously wrong U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Sep. 19, 2016
A life in the stream of history U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Books Sep. 13, 2016
Protecting the right to vote Constitutional Law Aug. 18, 2016
The Anthony Kennedy Court U.S. Supreme Court Jul. 19, 2016
Weekly Appellate Report Podcast #8 Perulta, Halo & Art of Oral Argument Appellate Practice Jun. 17, 2016
Gun rights may shift in Scalia's absence U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Jun. 15, 2016
States should be subject to suit in other states Tax, Government, Constitutional Law May. 18, 2016
Why a unanimous decision in voting districting case? U.S. Supreme Court Apr. 13, 2016
Can Merrick Garland be confirmed? U.S. Supreme Court Mar. 19, 2016
Judging requires value choices U.S. Supreme Court, Judges and Judiciary Mar. 16, 2016
An empty seat on the court U.S. Supreme Court Feb. 18, 2016
The US Supreme Court in 2016 U.S. Supreme Court Jan. 13, 2016
After shootings, experts discuss US gun law Criminal Dec. 23, 2015
Constitutional scholars debate Second Amendment Dec. 22, 2015
Round Table Discussions: The Second Amendment Dec. 19, 2015
Scalia's comments were offensive and racist U.S. Supreme Court Dec. 16, 2015
Supreme Court's Johnson decision has enormous implications Constitutional Law Nov. 19, 2015
The legacy of the trial of OJ Law Practice, Criminal Oct. 14, 2015
Breyer bound by court opinions Judges and Judiciary Oct. 1, 2015
Speech isn't so free in DC U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Sep. 16, 2015
Majority shuns Scalia's approach U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Aug. 19, 2015
Judicial activism! But only if we lose U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jul. 15, 2015
Killing a check on the executive branch U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jun. 17, 2015
Door to campaign finance regulation Government, Constitutional Law May. 12, 2015
Bearing arms in the 9th Circuit U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Apr. 15, 2015
Protect student speech Constitutional Law Mar. 18, 2015
Fine art royalty passes muster Intellectual Property Feb. 19, 2015
The future of federal courts U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law Jan. 14, 2015
Holding police officers liable U.S. Supreme Court, Criminal, Constitutional Law Dec. 17, 2014
Let's lift the high court's curtain U.S. Supreme Court Nov. 19, 2014
Backing into marriage equality U.S. Supreme Court, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights Oct. 15, 2014
Congress needs to approve ISIS attack Government Sep. 17, 2014
Health care law should be upheld Health Care & Hospital Law, Government, Constitutional Law Aug. 18, 2011
Court Snubs Free Speech to Bow to Military Constitutional Law Mar. 15, 2006