TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Apr 2, 2018
The American Bar Association filed an amicus brief Friday with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting Hawaii’s challenge to President Donald Trump’s revised executive order banning all immigration from six majority-Muslim nations, including five covered under previous versions of the executive order. Like the amicus briefs filed in previous cases, the ABA brief takes issue with the Trump administration’s contention that the executive order is unreviewable by the courts, including the Supreme Court. “The government contends that this sweeping exercise of authority by the president is simply unreviewable,” the brief said. “That position cannot be reconciled with this court’s precedent and with the rule of law.”