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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

Trump's promise to overturn Roe v. Wade may still come true

The ruling means the conservative Supreme Court may be able to decide the Constitution does not protect a woman’s ability to have an abortion.
7d ago

Trump's out of office, but his Supreme Court appointees are here for life

A California Supreme Court ruling on religion rights in the pandemic previews Trump's lifetime influence on the court and freedoms across the country.
12d ago

How Infowars host Alex Jones pushed the First Amendment to its limit

In many cases, the government favors harmful, hateful, and even repugnant speech over censorship; but not in this case against Alex Jones.
17d ago

SCOTUS says that Facebook can keep sending you those robotexts

SCOTUS's recent Facebook robotext ruling reflects how outdated our tech laws are.
19d ago

Georgia's new voting laws are all the evidence we need for federal voting rights protections

Georgia’s new voting laws are restrictive, harmful and racist. They also should have been avoidable.
24d ago

SCOTUS just changed the game on how crooked cops can be prosecuted

The conservative Supreme Courte arguably broadened the ability to sue police officers for misconduct like use of excessive force.
28d ago

Katie Hill's revenge porn suit says all you need to know about privacy laws

When it comes down to it, the law protects media from censorship before individual privacy rights.
38d ago

Democrats can't disarm the filibuster with Republicans waiting in the wings

The future of the For the People Act, and so much more, boils down to the fate of the filibuster.
40d ago

Trump ruined the GOP's brand. Now he's trying to keep it from using his

It appears that Trump, king of free-speech defense, is trying to limit the GOP’s first amendment rights.
44d ago

Trump's favorite legal trick may save him yet again

Once again, a question of where we stand on the law seems to boil down to partisan affiliation.
48d ago

This SCOTUS doesn't care about your voting rights

The Supreme Court already broke the Voting Rights Act once. Congress can’t let it happen again.