"The Left Just Wants to Be the Cool Kids"
"Chevron Deference v. The United States Constitution"

"How Conservatives Won the Law"

I've never read anything by him, but Stephen Teles sounds really smart for a self-described Liberal.

“Liberals got power because they got control of professional venues.” As a result, they fell back on appeals to authority, or what Mr. Teles calls “hiding the ball.” Rather than arguing against conservative ideas on the merits, they claimed their opponents were “violating expert knowledge.” He cites the popular assertion by corporations and universities—and the Supreme Court, in decisions involving racial preferences in admissions—that diversity is merely a matter of “good professional practice” rather than social justice.