Noah Feldman, Bloomberg

Noah Feldman

Bloomberg

Cambridge, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Noah:

New Trump Special Prosecutor Isn’t the Mueller Sequel

Merrick Garland’s emphasis at the Justice Department has been to restore the department to its nonpartisan status. → Read More

Midterms Highlight Supreme Court’s Threat to Black Votes

Later this term, the justices are expected to gut the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a ruling that would have a profound effect on Black Americans — and House Democrats. → Read More

Midterms Highlight Supreme Court’s Threat to Black Votes

Later this term, the justices are expected to gut the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a ruling that would have a profound effect on Black Americans — and House Democrats. → Read More

Who Let Trump Run Out the Clock on Tax Returns? The Courts

The House of Representatives still wants to see the former president’s tax returns. That will change if Republicans take control. → Read More

The Supreme Court Will Make It Harder to Hire a Diverse Team

Two cases pending before the justices involve affirmative action at universities, but there are clear implications for companies. → Read More

Conservative Attack on Consumer Protection Wins an Illogical Victory

The Fifth Circuit is singling out the CFPB for destruction, but its reasoning would make the Fed unconstitutional, too. → Read More

Supreme Court Will End the Era of College Diversity

Universities have long used race as factor in admissions to try to engineer representative freshman classes. What happens after that’s illegal? → Read More

Did Congress Really Rebuff the Supreme Court on Climate Rule?

Democrats are toasting a victory against the conservative justices’ assault on environmental law. But it might be a short celebration. → Read More

Did Congress Really Rebuff the Supreme Court on Climate Rule?

Democrats are toasting a victory against the conservative justices’ assault on environmental law. But it might be a short celebration. → Read More

There's a Lot of Harvard and Yale on the Supreme Court. And That's OK.

Both Republican and Democratic presidents have their reasons for choosing nominees from such a small pool. → Read More

Supreme Court ‘Originalists’ Are Flying a False Flag

The new conservative majority promised to heed the intent of the Constitution’s framers to restrain judicial overreach. Instead, it cherry-picks history to rationalize its activism. → Read More

Supreme Court ‘Originalists’ Are Flying a False Flag

The new conservative majority promised to heed the intent of the Constitution’s framers to restrain judicial overreach. Instead, it cherry-picks history to rationalize its activism. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court has taken control of climate policy

The top court's EPA decision upends precedent and, in effect, embraces a new doctrine of law. → Read More

Supreme Court Has Taken Control of Climate Policy

The good news is the justices sidestepped the famous Chevron doctrine. But they articulated what is in effect a new doctrine of administrative law. → Read More

Supreme Court Just Made New York’s Streets Meaner

In its ruling on Bruen, the court ignores precedent and rejects the idea that courts should consider the real-world consequences of their decisions. → Read More

Supreme Court Just Made New York’s Streets Meaner

In its ruling on Bruen, the court ignores precedent and rejects the idea that courts should consider the real-world consequences of their decisions. → Read More

The Supreme Court Has Just Eroded First Amendment Law

In an important church-and-state decision, the justices have effectively ended the centuries-old constitutional ban on direct state aid to the teaching of religion. → Read More

The Supreme Court Has Just Eroded First Amendment Law

In an important church-and-state decision, the justices have effectively ended the centuries-old constitutional ban on direct state aid to the teaching of religion. → Read More

William Barr Is Handing Republicans a Trump Exit Strategy

In his testimony to the Jan. 6 panel, the former attorney general has displayed a genius for bureaucratic self-preservation. He is also teaching his party how to move on. → Read More

William Barr Is Handing Republicans a Trump Exit Strategy

In his testimony to the Jan. 6 panel, the former attorney general has displayed a genius for bureaucratic self-preservation. He is also teaching his party how to move on. → Read More