Michael Dorf, Professor of Law at the Cornell Law School, has written a succinct and interesting piece analyzing the right to privacy judgment delivered on August 24th. In his column, Professor Dorf studies various aspects of our Constitution as well as the Supreme Court decision – such as its theory of constitutional interpretation, reliance on foreign precedent, and its substantive ruling – from a comparative lens. Interestingly, Professor Dorf himself has cited by the Supreme Court in the case (Justice Bobde’s opinion).
The column can be read here.
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