Following oral arguments at the Supreme Court on November 29, "Concurring Opinions," the Washington Post's "Volokh Conspiracy," and Reason magazine featured posts that mentioned a Harvard Law Review article by Professor James Y. Stern and Professor William Baude (Chicago) titled "The Positive Law Model of the Fourth Amendment" (SSRN).
In "Concurring Opinions," Professor Lior Strahilevitz (Chicago) and Matthew Tokson (Utah) wrote that the article "pretty clearly shaped Justice Gorsuch's approach" to the case. Read the post. Professor Baude wrote about the case and his article with Professor Stern, at the "Volokh Conspiracy." Read the post. Jason Sullum, a senior editor at Reason magazine, cited the article in a column titled "Your Secrets Are Not Safe With Anyone." Read the column.
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