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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, 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, director of Loyola's Journalist Law School and former president of the Los Angeles Ethics Commission. 

Latest from Jessica Levinson

4d ago

Trump says he 'declassified' the docs seized at Mar-a-Lago. That's not how this works.

Say Trump did declassify those documents. It wouldn’t actually help his case.
7d ago

Trump almost always has a lot to say. Why did he plead the Fifth?

Pleading the Fifth might not provide the protection likely Trump hopes it will.
10d ago

Why Trump won't be barred from office — even if he gets indicted

A law blocking the perpetrators of certain crimes from federal office may be in conflict with the Constitution.
15d ago

Alex Jones' lack of humanity is monstrous. His trial is finally proving it.

Alex Jones is already morally bankrupt. It’s fitting that he should be financially so.
17d ago

How the Supreme Court could make it legal to steal the next presidential election

According to centuries of understanding, state officials other than lawmakers also have a say in how federal elections are conducted.
17d ago

Justice Elena Kagan has a prescription for an ailing Supreme Court

We are no longer nearing a crisis in confidence regarding the Supreme Court — we are already there.
30d ago

Doctors are being harassed for providing legal abortions. It must stop.

Some Republicans are trying to scare health care providers into refusing to perform abortions, even when they are legal.
42d ago

A bombshell term at the Supreme Court will scar America for decades

From abortion to gun rights, the practical implications of the conservative supermajority will affect millions of Americans.
50d ago

The Supreme Court's EPA decision goes beyond hurting efforts to curtail climate change

This Supreme Court decision is about pulling back on the power of all federal agencies, not just the EPA.
53d ago

The conservative war for religious freedom at all costs wins another Supreme Court battle

The court has chosen a side in an ongoing battle within the First Amendment.
56d ago

America's biggest upcoming battles to piece together abortion rights

A woman’s ability to obtain an abortion is no longer protected under the Constitution.