on Jan 30, 2023
at 9:50 am
In an essay published in The New York Times this fall, two law professors, Lisa Tucker and Stefanie Lindquist, argued that the Supreme Court is increasingly setting aside significant decisions from the lower courts as if they never happened. The court is invalidating these decisions in brief procedural orders under what’s known as “Munsingwear vacatur.” Amy sits down with Tucker and Lindquist to hear more about the trend.
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