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Jessica Levinson

Jessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School, is the host of the "Passing Judgment" podcast. She is also the director of the Public Service Institute at Loyola Law School, co-director of Loyola's Journalist Law School and former president of the Los Angeles Ethics Commission. 

Jessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School, is the host of the "Passing Judgment" podcast. She is also the director of the Public Service Institute at Loyola Law School, co-director of Loyola's Journalist Law School and former president of the Los Angeles Ethics Commission. 

Latest from Jessica Levinson

3d ago

Supreme Court's Covid vaccine mandate rulings hurt Biden — and America

Could the conservative majority of the court be more amenable to a more targeted vaccination mandate? Maybe.
17d ago

Republican Party paying Donald Trump's legal bills is more proof he owns the GOP

The promised payments are part of the RNC’s strategy to be the party of Trump, nothing more and nothing less.
23d ago

Donald Trump's lawsuit against New York AG Letitia James sets him up for another loss

By one estimate, Trump and his allies have a 0-40 record in post-election lawsuits.
26d ago

Manchin's Build Back Better opposition could badly hurt America's working women

Build Back Better would mostly benefit women, as the infrastructure bill mostly benefits men.
36d ago

Biden used the Supreme Court commission to give the appearance of caring about reform

Joe Biden created the Supreme Court commission to give him political cover, not to push for reform.
37d ago

Texas abortion providers just won a case. Here's why it's not time to celebrate.

Behind the Supreme Court's extremely narrow and extremely complex victory for abortion providers.
38d ago

Trump's Jan. 6 privilege argument just got laughed out of court — again

Biden’s message to Trump: Don’t try to subvert the Constitution and then use it as protection.
46d ago

Three scenarios for Supreme Court abortion ruling in 2021's Dobbs v. Jackson

We will likely know which route the court takes by the end of June 2022.
58d ago

The Rittenhouse trial judge's performance was controversial — but it wasn't unfair

During this trial, Judge Bruce Schroeder handed down the type of evidentiary rulings that are made in courtrooms throughout the country every day.
66d ago

Trump won a round in records fight. The Jan. 6 committee will win the war.

Trump’s victory is almost certainly temporary, thought not without consequence.
68d ago

In Texas death penalty case, Supreme Court suddenly questions religious rights

This court hasn't hesitated to protect a person’s religious beliefs in situations that pose harm to the public.