Op-Ed: What do we teach law students when we have no faith in the Supreme Court?

Many students are dispirited because as far into the future as they can see, the court appears likely to do more harm than good to democracy.

Op-Ed: What Do We Teach Law Students When We Have No Faith In The Supreme Court?

Los Angeles Times – by Erwin Chemerinsky and Jeffrey Abramson

At the start of this new semester, we face a sobering reality. As law and political science professors, we’re in new territory: instructing our students about the foundations of constitutional law when neither they nor we have faith that the current Supreme Court will respect precedent and approach the law as the institution once had.

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