ICYMI: Twitter Threads

Decided to post links to some of my Twitter threads, because most of these threads could (and maybe should) have been blog posts.

[listed in reverse chronological order]

On the Gorsuch nomination & whether the Democrats should filibuster: 3/20/17

Explaining the legal/policy issue of selling insurance “across state lines”: 3/7/17

A primer on class actions and why we have them: 2/16/17

On the case challenging the scope of Obergefell at SCOTX: 2/13/17

On federalism: 1/30/17

On work-life “balance”: 1/11/17

On appeals, standards of review, and reversal rates: 12/20/16

Some post-election thoughts about the Electoral College: 11/21/16

On judicial vacancies left unfilled: 11/18/16

On court-packing, reverse-court-packing, and constitutional norms: 10/26/16

The thread that launched the #AppellateTwitter coffee mugs: 10/22/16

On Flannery O’Connor & wanting to be an appellate lawyer: 9/14/16

Remembering where I was on 9/11: 9/11/16

On alternative-fee arrangements for appellate work: 9/6/16

On doing pro bono to get appellate experience: 8/23/16

The now-(in)famous thread on the social function of humor: 8/9/16

On RBG expressing political opinions: 7/13/16

On whether current SCOTUS can be called a “liberal” court: 6/28/16

And last but not least, the Twitter version of my life story: 10/23/16