Elie Mystal

Editor-at-Large of Breaking Media; Managing Editor of ATL Redline

Elie Mystal is the Managing Editor of Above the Law “Redline.” He’s written for The New York Times, the New York Daily News, City Hall News, and has appeared on Fox News, MSNBC, CNBC, and CNN. He graduated from Harvard University in 2000, Harvard Law School in 2003, and was an associate at Debevoise and Plimpton.

Elie Mystal appears in the following:

A President's Day Primer on Presidential Power

Monday, February 20, 2017

This year's President's Day — more than most — calls for a consideration of what the President can, or cannot, do.

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What You Need to Know About SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

What could SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch mean for President Trump's executive orders?

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Public Forum: Letters From Detention

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Explore the Supreme Court case involving hundreds of Muslim, South Asian and Arab men deported after 9/11, in performance and conversation. In association with The Public Theater. 

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How Senate Republicans Are Crippling the Supreme Court

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

The obstructionism might not end with a Hillary win, says Elie Mystal, legal editor for WNYC's podcast, "Radiolab Presents: More Perfect."

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New York Times to Donald Trump's Attorney: Bring it On

Thursday, October 13, 2016

One legal expert says Trump's threat to sue The Times is "like a whale being threatened with a letter opener." 

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A Preview of the New Supreme Court Session

Monday, October 03, 2016

A look ahead for the new SCOTUS session and how the presidential campaign might influence it.

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Political Party with Keli Goff: SCOTUS and the Next POTUS

Sunday, July 03, 2016

Exploring the 2016 elections could affect the Supreme Court for years to come and how to ensure the nation's highest court is more transparent, accountable and diverse in the future. 
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5 Things to Know Before Recording the Police

Thursday, April 16, 2015

You have a right to record. The police can't delete your videos. But you can't break other laws, like trespassing. Here's what you need to know before taping a police encounter. 

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What Does Religious Freedom Mean, Exactly?

Thursday, April 02, 2015

Some are surprised by Indiana's religious freedom law. But scholars say the Supreme Court legalized this type of discrimination with their Hobby Lobby ruling last summer.

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