Powered by
Neil Gorsuch's cases - in his own words : Judges must place law above personal feelings, he says

If President Trump wanted to find a Supreme Court nominee who could remind Americans of the late Antonin Scalia, he could hardly have selected a judge whose prose and philosophy more closely resemble the late justice's than Neil Gorsuch.

In thousands of pages of opinions from his time on the federal 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Colorado, Gorsuch insisted on interpreting the Constitution based on what the founders understood it to mean. He argued for an expansive view of privacy rights

Sign up for unrestricted access to 200+ subscription services.
Already have an account? Click here to login.

RelSci News & Alerts gets you:

  • 5 free articles a month from top subscription outlets like the Financial Times, New York Times, and Washington Post
  • Competitive business intelligence through daily data updates
  • Custom feeds on target high-value individuals, companies, industries, and topics delivered straight to your inbox