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Neil M. Gorsuch

Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States

Neil M. Gorsuch, Associate Justice, was born in Denver, Colorado, August 29, 1967. He and his wife Louise have two daughters. He received a B.A. from Columbia University, a J.D. from Harvard Law...

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FedSoc Blog
FEDSOC BLOG • MAY 08, 2020

Neil Gorsuch, Evangelisto Ramos, and Charles Evan Hughes

Justice Neil Gorsuch’s opinion in Ramos v. Louisiana recalls Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes’s opinion in West Coast Hotel v. Parrish (1937). Chief Justice Hughes overruled Atkins v. Children’s Hospital. What was adopted in the interest of the community was due process. Washington’s minimum wage law is constitutional. Justice Gorsuch likewise overrules...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/fedsoc-blog/neil-gorsuch-evangelisto-ramos-and-charles-evan-hughes
Blog Post
EVENT • FEBRUARY 17, 2020

"A Republic, If You Can Keep It": A Conversation with Justice Neil M. Gorsuch

Colorado Lawyers Chapter

Please join the Colorado Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society for a conversation with Justice Neil M. Gorsuch and Judge Timothy Tymkovich. The two will be discussing Justice Gorsuch's book "A Republic, If you Can Keep It." Speakers:  Hon. Neil M. Gorsuch, Associate Justice, United States Supreme CourtHon. Timothy Tymkovich,...

https://fedsoc.org/events/a-republic-if-you-can-keep-it-lunch-with-justice-neil-m-gorsuch
Videos
VIDEOS • FEBRUARY 28, 2019

Justice Gorsuch, Carpenter, & the Fourth Amendment [POLICYbrief]

Short video featuring Ashley Baker

Though Justice Neil Gorsuch filed one of the four dissenting opinions in Carpenter v. United States, his opinion reads more like a concurrence than a dissent. In it, he sets forth a property rights-based argument for the protection of cell phone data under the Fourth Amendment and clearly rejects the...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/videos/justice-gorsuch-carpenter-the-fourth-amendment-policybrief
Podcasts
PODCASTS • SEPTEMBER 15, 2018

Supreme Court Review: Justice Gorsuch at Year One

2018 Texas Chapters Conference

On September 7-8, 2018, the Federalist Society's Fort Worth Lawyers Chapter hosted the fourth annual Texas Chapters Conference. The first panel covered significant cases from the most recent Supreme Court term and Justice Gorsuch's first year on the Court. Featuring: John F. Bash, Office of the U.S. Attorney, Western District of...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/podcasts/supreme-court-review-justice-gorsuch-at-year-one-1
Videos
VIDEOS • SEPTEMBER 15, 2018

Supreme Court Review: Justice Gorsuch at Year One

2018 Texas Chapters Conference

On September 7-8, 2018, the Federalist Society's Fort Worth Lawyers Chapter hosted the fourth annual Texas Chapters Conference. The first panel covered significant cases from the most recent Supreme Court term and Justice Gorsuch's first year on the Court. Featuring: John F. Bash, Office of the U.S. Attorney, Western District of...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/videos/supreme-court-review-justice-gorsuch-at-year-one
Blog Post
EVENT • SEPTEMBER 08, 2018

Supreme Court Review: Justice Gorsuch at Year One

2018 Texas Chapters Conference

On September 7-8, 2018, the Federalist Society's Fort Worth Lawyers Chapter hosted the fourth annual Texas Chapters Conference. The first panel covered significant cases from the most recent Supreme Court term and Justice Gorsuch's first year on the Court. Featuring: John F. Bash, Office of the U.S. Attorney, Western District of...

https://fedsoc.org/events/supreme-court-review-justice-gorsuch-at-year-one
Blog Post
EVENT • APRIL 20, 2018

Trump, Gorsuch, & The Administrative State

Topeka Lawyers Chapter

Trump, Gorsuch, Congress, and the Future of the American Administrative State In his dissenting opinion in City of Arlington v. FCC (2013), Chief Justice Roberts wrote, “The administrative state ‘wields vast power and touches almost every aspect of daily life.’ … The Framers could hardly have envisioned today's ‘vast and...

https://fedsoc.org/events/trump-gorsuch-the-administrative-state
Blog Post
EVENT • JULY 21, 2017

From Bork to Gorsuch: How Originalism Was Mainstreamed

Las Vegas Lawyers ChapterSpeaker:  Randy E. Barnett, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory & Director, Georgetown Center for the Constitution   Speaker:  Randy E. Barnett, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory & Director, Georgetown Center for the Constitution The difference between the confirmation hearings for Robert Bork in 1987 and Neil Gorsuch...

https://fedsoc.org/events/from-bork-to-gorsuch-how-originalism-was-mainstreamed
Videos
VIDEOS • JUNE 22, 2017

Scalia and Gorsuch on Chevron Deference

Short video featuring Edward Whelan

How do Supreme Court Justices differ in opinion on Chevron deference? Edward Whalen, President of the Ethics and Policy Center, outlines a key dispute on the conservative side of Chevron and judicial deference.  As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/videos/scalia-and-gorsuch-on-chevron-deference