Professor Samuel Bray discusses national injunctions as federal courts grapple with the topic
In two opinions issued Monday (Jan. 14), federal district courts grappled with the question of whether to give a national injunction, which blocks enforcement of a federal policy not just against the plaintiff but against anyone.
One judge did, one didn’t. And their decisions offer a window into the current state of the question, according to University of Notre Dame Law School Professor Samuel Bray, who is considered the leading expert on national injunctions and has urged Congress to pass legislation prohibiting them.
Roddel, Shannon, "Professor Samuel Bray discusses national injunctions as federal courts grapple with the topic" (2019). NDLS in the News. 483.