MSNBC Author Jessica Levinson
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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

13h ago

In House subpoena fight, Steve Bannon may best Democrats without a winning argument

Even when Trump and his allies have a losing legal argument, their strategy is to win by running out the clock on congressional Democrats.
6d ago

Covid vaccine religious exemptions should not exist. Here's why.

The law defending religious exemptions for vaccine mandates doesn't exist.
10d ago

Donald Trump's Twitter lawsuit is about 2024, not free speech

Trump knows this case is doomed, but winning the case isn't the point.
12d ago

Supreme Court will likely kill Roe v. Wade and gun restriction laws this term

The court is likely to exacerbate America's already existing fault lines.
24d ago

Texas' abortion law architect is giving women the most absurd, insulting advice

In a brief filed last week, the creator of the Texas abortion law signaled that he has a new target: LGBTQ rights.
31d ago

California's recall election invoked Republican election fraud hysteria

False narratives of election fraud mean Republicans need to be careful to suppress the votes of Democrats, but not members of their own party.
32d ago

Justice Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court remarks reveal a deep irony

Both Amy Coney Barrett and Stephen Breyer need to take a long, hard look in the mirror.
38d ago

Texas abortion law should be fought at state court level

In a post-Roe world, the battle for reproductive rights must be fought at the state court level.
43d ago

Biden's Supreme Court woes are endemic of a bigger problem for America

What can Biden do with a Congress that won’t legislate?
44d ago

Texas abortion ban is devastating testament to Trump's Supreme Court

After years of legal battles about the continued viability of Roe, the Supreme Court let it end, even if fleetingly, by doing nothing at all.
52d ago

California's recall vote is drawing Republicans out from the shadows

The irony is that California’s recall, intended to empower the people, can actually undermine their votes.