National Law Journal Talks to Richard Re about His Brief for Supreme Court on Hughes v. U.S.

With the Supreme Court mentioning his name 10 times during oral arguments, Assistant Professor Richard Re talked to the National Law Journal about his amicus brief for the case, Hughes v. United States.  Re’s brief addressed the  issue of how fragmented Supreme Court decisions should be interpreted, arguing that the court should abandon the so-called Marks rule, which states that when no single rationale garners five votes, the high court’s decision can be the position advanced by the concurrence based on the narrowest grounds. 

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