Laurence H. Tribe

Laurence H. Tribe is the Carl M. Loeb University Professor Emeritus and Professor of Constitutional Law Emeritus at Harvard. His books include Abortion: The Clash of Absolutes, American Constitutional Law, The Invisible Constitution, and Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution, cowritten with Joshua Matz. (August 2023)

Constrain the Court—Without Crippling It

Constrain the Court—Without Crippling It

Critics of the Supreme Court think it has lost its claim to legitimacy. But proposals for reforming it must strike a balance with preserving its power and independence, which remain essential to our constitutional system.

Nine Black Robes: Inside the Supreme Court’s Drive to the Right and Its Historic Consequences

by Joan Biskupic

The Supermajority: How the Supreme Court Divided America

by Michael Waldman

Overruling Democracy: The Supreme Court vs. the American People

by Jamin B. Raskin

The Shadow Docket: How the Supreme Court Uses Stealth Rulings to Amass Power and Undermine the Republic

by Stephen Vladeck

Supreme Hubris: How Overconfidence Is Destroying the Court—and How We Can Fix It

by Aaron Tang

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