Louis Fisher

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Constitutional Dilemma: The Power to Declare War is Deeply Rooted in American History
  • Issue:
  • War Initiation
This article appeared in the February 2012 edition of the ABA Journal.
Teaching the Presidency: Idealizing a Constitutional Office
  • Issue:
  • Executive Privilege
This article was originally published in the January 2012 (45.1) issue of PS: Political Science and Politics.
The High-Profile Cases Are Rightly Notorious
  • Issue:
  • Executive Privilege
Constitutionally, the president may exercise the pardon power without advice from the Pardon Office. When that happens, the likelihood is even greater unfairness, injustice and public wrongs. In exercising the pardon power, the president should act in an informed and credible manner.
Improving the Congressional Budget Process – Testimony before the Senate Committee on the Budget
  • Issue:
  • Executive Privilege
Memorandum to Senate Judiciary Committe on War Powers
Amici brief filed in support of Colonel Morris Davis
  • Issue:
  • Military Tribunals
Amici brief filed in support of Colonel Morris Davis
  • Issue:
  • Military Tribunals
Parsing the War Power
Testimony on Libya and War Powers Before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
Testimony of Louis Fisher to Senate Committee regarding Libya and War Powers
Louis Fisher testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee regarding the Obama administration's legal and constitutional justifications for military operations in Libya.
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