Cleveland Bar Journal
constitutional law, Supreme Court, Anthony Kennedy, standing and removal decisions
This article reviews some of the more important jurisdictional decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court during the court's 2006-07 term, the first full term that included both of the court's newest justices--Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Associate Samuel A. Alito Jr. The term begins an era that will likely become known as the Roberts Court, but this term surely belonged to Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, who cast the deciding vote in all 24 of the court's 5-4 decisions.
Steven H. Steinglass, The Standing and Removal Decisions from the Supreme Court's 2006 Term, 78 Cleveland Bar Journal 20 (October 2007)