- Case of Note
Grisham v. Van Soelen
Held that partisan gerrymandering claims are justiciable and gave guidance to lower courts resolving such a claim
Opinions, Briefs and other Documents
Over a dozen academics, practitioners, and thought leaders weigh in on the most notable state constitutional cases of the year.By Leah Litman , Mary Ziegler , Erwin Chemerinsky , Anthony Sanders , Ilya Somin , Michael Burger , Julie Murray , Miriam Seifter , Andrea Lewis Hartung , Marcus Gadson , Joshua A. Douglas , Meryl Justin Chertoff , Kathrina Szymborski Wolfkot
Several lawsuits remain pending as state courts consider partisan gerrymandering challenges to voting maps.
All but one state constitution affirmatively establishes a right to vote.
A footnote in a recent opinion could signal a new method for analyzing state constitutional claims.