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What Next for Court Reform?

On Thursday, April 8, at 4 p.m. EDT, the American Constitution Society will continue the debate over whether and how to restructure both the Supreme Court and the lower federal courts, in light of the Biden administration’s formation of a commission to study the issue and a forthcoming legislative response in the House of Representatives. Jennifer Bendery from HuffPost will moderate the panel, which will feature Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-N.Y.), Chris Kang of Demand Justice, Leah Litman of Michigan...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Biden, HuffPost, Leah Litman, Michigan Law, Chris Kang, Event Announcements, House of Representatives Jennifer Bendery, Nancy Zirkin


Supreme Court midterm webinar for states and local governments

On Thursday, March 18, at 1 p.m. EDT, the National Association of Counties and the State and Local Legal Center will host a webinar to discuss pending Supreme Court cases and their impact on state and local governments. The discussion will feature Dan Geyser of... The post Supreme Court midterm webinar for states and local governments appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, State, Local Legal Center, The post Supreme Court, Event Announcements, Dan Geyser, EDT the National Association of Counties


Yale Law School to hold panel on Supreme Court reform proposals

On Friday, March 12, at 12 p.m. EST, Yale Law School, Take Back the Court, and Yale’s chapter of the American Constitution Society will co-host the second panel of a two-part symposium titled “The Supreme Court in Crisis: Structural Reform for a Broken Institution,” focusing... The post Yale Law School to hold panel on Supreme Court reform proposals appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
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Mississippi Center for Justice to host conversation with former Solicitor General Don Verrilli

On Thursday, March 4, at 12 p.m. EST, the Mississippi Center for Justice will host a conversation with Donald Verrilli Jr., who served as solicitor general from 2011 to 2016. Vangela Wade, the center’s president and CEO, will speak with Verrilli about his experience arguing... The post Mississippi Center for Justice to host conversation with former Solicitor General Don Verrilli appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Featured, Law, Verrilli, Don Verrilli, Mississippi Center for Justice, Donald Verrilli Jr, Event Announcements


Panel on the future of originalism at UVA Law

On Friday, Feb. 12, at 2 p.m. EST, the Federalist Society at the University of Virginia School of Law will host a discussion titled “Originalism, Institutionalism, and the Thomas Court,” focusing on how the Supreme Court’s conservative majority will shape the future of originalism and... The post Panel on the future of originalism at UVA Law appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Uva, University of Virginia School of Law, UVA Law, Event Announcements, Thomas Court


Liberal attorneys to host panel on court reform

On Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 6:30 p.m. EST, a number of lawyer chapters of the American Constitution Society will host the latest roundtable discussion on proposals for Supreme Court reform. Moderated by ACS President Russ Feingold, the panel will feature advocates Nan Aron of the... The post Liberal attorneys to host panel on court reform appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, ACS, Russ Feingold, Nan Aron, Event Announcements


Committee for Justice webinar on court packing

On Monday, Feb. 8, at 12 p.m. EST, the Committee for Justice will host a discussion on court packing, term limits and other proposals for Supreme Court reform that have garnered public interest after recent elections resulting in Democratic control of the House, the Senate... The post Committee for Justice webinar on court packing appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
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Event announcement: Is there a path forward for court reform?

On Monday, Jan. 25, at 1 p.m. EST, the Brookings Institution will host a discussion about the future of Supreme Court reform proposals, now that Democrats have taken narrow control of the Senate and President Joe Biden has created a bipartisan commission to study court reform. Former Attorney General Eric Holder will deliver a keynote address, which will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Susan Hennessey and Molly Reynolds of Brookings, Daniel Epps of Washington University in St. Louis ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Eric Holder, Senate, Joe Biden, Democrats, Brookings Institution, Duke Law, Molly Reynolds, Christopher Kang, Susan Hennessey, Event Announcements


Event announcement: Supreme Court Amicus Briefs

On Tuesday, Jan. 6, at 2 p.m. EST, the State and Local Legal Center and the Multistate Tax Commission will host a virtual discussion with three former Supreme Court clerks, now in private practice, about how to write an effective SCOTUS amicus brief from a state and local government perspective. The panel will feature former Alabama Solicitor General John Neiman of Maynard Cooper, former Assistant to the U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar of Cooley, and Usha Vance of Munger, Tolles & Olso...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Alabama, Munger Tolles Olson, Cooley, Multistate Tax Commission, Local Legal Center, John Neiman, Maynard Cooper, Elizabeth Prelogar, Event Announcements, Supreme Court Amicus Briefs, Usha Vance


Event Announcement: 5 Days Out – A Roundtable of Election Law Experts

On Thursday, Oct. 29, at 4:00 p.m. EDT, Election Law at Ohio State (partners on SCOTUSblog’s 2020 Election Litigation Tracker) will host a number of election law experts to discuss where things stand so close to the 2020 election, including pending appeals to and rulings by the Supreme Court over election procedure in key states. The panel will feature professors Rebecca Green of William & Mary, Richard Hasen of UC Irvine, Lisa Manheim of the University of Washington, Derek Muller of the Univers...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Ohio State, Derek Muller, Edward Foley, Rebecca Green, Richard Pildes, Event Announcements, Franita Tolson, Steven Huefner, William Mary Richard Hasen, University of Iowa Nathaniel Persily of Stanford, NYU Charles Stewart III of MIT, University of Southern California From Ohio State


Event announcement: State and Local Legal Center’s Supreme Court Preview

On Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 1 p.m. EDT, the State and Local Legal Center will host a virtual discussion of major cases affecting state and local governments at the Supreme Court this term. The panel will feature Kevin Daley of the Washington Free Beacon as well as two advocates who will argue a few of the cases up for discussion: Deepak Gupta of Gupta Wessler and Andrew Pinson, solicitor general of Georgia. Click here for more info and to register. The post Event announcement: State and Local Legal ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Georgia, Washington Free Beacon, Local Legal Center, Deepak Gupta, Kevin Daley, Event Announcements, Gupta Wessler, Local Legal Center 's Supreme Court Preview, Andrew Pinson


Event announcement: ABA and American University to host “On the Docket: Looking at the New Supreme Court Term”

On Thursday, Oct. 1, at 12 p.m. EDT, the American Bar Association Public Education Division and the Program on Law & Government at American University Washington College of Law will co-host a virtual briefing of the upcoming Supreme Court term. After welcome remarks by ABA President Patricia Lee Refo, WCL professor and SCOTUSblog contributor Steve Wermiel will moderate the panel discussion among Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, former U.S. Solicitor General Greg Garre, Kimberly Atkins of the...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Aba, American University, Boston Globe, American University Washington College of Law, WCL, New Supreme Court, Steve Wermiel, Event Announcements, Patricia Lee Refo, American Bar Association Public Education Division, Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, Greg Garre Kimberly Atkins, Cynthia Jones


Event announcement: ACS Supreme Court Preview

On Thursday, Sept. 24, at 12:30 p.m. EDT, the American Constitution Society will host a virtual preview of major cases set for argument during the 2020-21 Supreme Court term, including a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, a dispute over whether religious organizations should be exempt from a city’s nondiscrimination policy, and the House’s efforts to obtain secret grand-jury materials from the Mueller report. After a welcome from ACS President Russ Feingold, Kimberly Atkins of the Boston Glob...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Yale, House, ACS, Columbia, Boston Globe, Paul Smith, Paul Weiss, Mueller, Campaign Legal Center, Katherine Franke, Abbe Gluck, Elbert Lin, Event Announcements, ACS Supreme Court Preview


Event announcement: Syracuse Law 2020 Supreme Court Preview

On Friday, Sept. 25, at 1:30 p.m. EDT, Syracuse College of Law will host a virtual panel to discuss major cases set for the 2020-21 Supreme Court term. The panel will be moderated by Syracuse Law Vice Dean Keith Bybee and will feature New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent Adam Liptak, litigators Reeves Anderson of Arnold & Porter and Upnit Bhatti of Orrick, and Judges Mae D’Agostino of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York and Rosemary Pooler of the U.S. Court of App...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Cle, Adam Liptak, U S Court of Appeals, Orrick, Arnold Porter, New York Times Supreme Court, Syracuse College of Law, Keith Bybee, Reeves Anderson, Event Announcements, Rosemary Pooler, Syracuse Law 2020 Supreme Court Preview, Upnit Bhatti, Mae D'Agostino


Event announcement: The Supreme Court Institute’s preview of October Term 2020

On Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 9 a.m. EDT, Georgetown Law’s Supreme Court Institute will livestream its annual press briefing on major cases to be argued at the court this fall, on topics from the Affordable Care Act to a dispute over anti-discrimination policies and religious rights, as well as potential cases involving the 2020 election. Moderated by the Supreme Court Institute’s Irv Gornstein, the panel will feature professors Marty Lederman and Paul Smith of Georgetown Law alongside four experienc...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Paul Clement, Paul Smith, Gibson Dunn, Georgetown Law, Marty Lederman, Don Verrilli, Supreme Court Institute, Georgetown Law 's Supreme Court Institute, Event Announcements, Irv Gornstein, Kirkland Ellis Roman Martinez, Latham Watkins Nicole Saharsky, Munger Tolles Olson Only


Event announcement: Pacific Legal Foundation and National Review Institute’s Supreme Court Preview

On Friday, Oct. 2, at noon EDT, the Pacific Legal Foundation and National Review Institute will host a webinar to preview high-profile cases set for argument during the 2020-21 Supreme Court term, including cases granted from the court’s long conference on Sept. 29. The panel will feature John Elwood of Arnold & Porter, Jeffrey Rosen of the National Constitution Center and Kannon Shanmugam of Paul Weiss. The National Review Institute’s Ramesh Ponnuru will moderate. Click here for more info and t...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, John Elwood, Ramesh Ponnuru, Event Announcements, Arnold Porter Jeffrey Rosen


Event announcement: Supreme Court October Term 2020: What’s in Store for Free Enterprise?

On Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, at 1 p.m. EDT, the Washington Legal Foundation will host a virtual briefing on free enterprise cases to be argued during the 2020-21 Supreme Court term. The panel will feature Catherine Stetson of Hogan Lovells, Adam Feldman of Empirical SCOTUS and Jonathan Cohn of Sidley Austin. Click here for more info and to register. The post Event announcement: Supreme Court October Term 2020: What’s in Store for Free Enterprise? appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Jonathan Cohn, Washington Legal Foundation, Event Announcements, Catherine Stetson, Hogan Lovells Adam Feldman, Sidley Austin Click


Event announcement: American Bar Association’s Review of the Supreme Court’s Term – Criminal Cases

On Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 1 p.m. EDT, the ABA Criminal Justice Section will host a virtual discussion of major criminal cases decided during the 2019-20 Supreme Court term – on issues from presidential subpoenas and jury unanimity to the insanity defense and cross-border shootings – as well as cases granted for next term. The discussion will be led by Judge Benita Pearson of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Daniel Scott Harawa of Washington University in St. Louis Law and ...
Tags: Florida, Supreme Court, Law, Benita Pearson, UC Hastings Law, ABA Criminal Justice Section, Event Announcements, Carla Laroche


Event announcement: Anti-Defamation League’s 21st Annual Supreme Court Review

On Tuesday, Aug. 4, from 12-1:30 p.m. EDT, ADL will host a virtual discussion of the most important cases of the 2019-20 Supreme Court term, on issues including the separation of church and state, immigration and Title VII employment discrimination. The panel will feature Erwin Chemerinsky of Berkeley Law, Paul Clement of Kirkland & Ellis, Frederick Lawrence of Georgetown Law and Dahlia Lithwick of Slate. The program, which offers 1.5 hours of CLE credit, will be held in partnership with the Nat...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Berkeley, Paul Clement, Anti Defamation League, Dahlia Lithwick, NCC, Erwin Chemerinsky, Georgetown Law, Event Announcements, 21st Annual Supreme Court Review, Kirkland Ellis Frederick Lawrence


Event recap: 2020 Supreme Court Roundup Webinar with Casetext

Casetext and SCOTUSblog hosted a webinar on July 23 to debrief the blockbuster 2019-20 Supreme Court term. SCOTUSblog Publisher and Co-Founder Tom Goldstein and Goldstein & Russell Partner Sarah Harrington led the discussion, moderated by Casetext Chief Operating Officer Laura Safdie. The event was co-sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society.  The webinar began with an overview of the current landscape of Supreme Court litigation. Sarah covered the court’s...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Pennsylvania, United States, ACS, Lgbtq, Louisiana, Donald Trump, Department Of Homeland Security, University Of California, Sarah, Casetext, Trump, Tom, John Roberts


Event announcement: ACS 2019-2020 Supreme Court Review

On Wednesday, July 22, at 12:30 p.m. EDT, the American Constitution Society will host a webinar to debrief this term’s biggest Supreme Court decisions and discuss emerging trends. The panel will feature Jonathan Adler of Case Western Law, Fatima Goss Graves of the National Women’s Law Center, Omar Jadwat of the American Civil Liberties Union, Victoria Nourse of Georgetown Law and Micah Schwartzman of University of Virginia Law. ACS President Russ Feingold will provide welcome remarks, and SCOTUS...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, ACS, American Civil Liberties Union, Jonathan Adler, Russ Feingold, Fatima Goss Graves, Tom Goldstein, Georgetown Law, Victoria Nourse, Omar Jadwat, Micah Schwartzman, Event Announcements, Supreme Court Review, University of Virginia Law ACS


Event announcement: Supreme Analysis: An Evening on the Court featuring Adam Cohen, Richard Lazarus and Ruth Marcus with Dahlia Lithwick

On Sunday, Aug. 9, at 7:30 p.m. EDT, the Martha’s Vineyard Author Series is hosting a virtual discussion with three authors whose recent books cover major developments at the Supreme Court. Dahlia Lithwick of Slate will moderate the panel, featuring Adam Cohen (“Supreme Inequality”), Richard Lazarus (“The Rule of Five”) and Ruth Marcus (“Supreme Ambition”). Click here for more info and to register. The post Event announcement: Supreme Analysis: An Evening on the Court featuring Adam Cohen, Richa...
Tags: Law, Dahlia Lithwick, Ruth Marcus, Adam Cohen, Richard Lazarus, Event Announcements, Supreme Analysis, Adam Cohen Richard Lazarus, Supreme Court Dahlia Lithwick of Slate


Event announcement: UCI Law’s 10th Annual Supreme Court Term in Review

On Thursday, July 23, at 1:30 p.m. EDT, the University of California, Irvine’s School of Law will host a discussion of the biggest cases from the 2019-20 Supreme Court term. This year’s panel, moderated by Professor Rick Hasen of UCI Law, will feature Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, Ariane de Vogue of CNN, UCI Law’s Rachel Moran, Florida State Law’s Michael Morley and Kate Shaw of ABC News and Cardozo Law. Click here for more info and to register for the webinar. The post Event announcement...
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Event announcement: 2020 Supreme Court Roundup Webinar with Casetext

Join SCOTUSblog and Casetext at noon ET on Thursday, July 23, for a debrief of the Supreme Court’s 2019-20 term. Tom Goldstein, publisher and co-founder of SCOTUSblog, and Sarah Harrington, partner at Goldstein & Russell, will discuss some of the term’s biggest cases in a one-hour webinar moderated by Casetext’s Laura Safdie. The event will be co-sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society. Click here for more info and to register. The post Event announcement: 2020 ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Casetext, Tom Goldstein, Goldstein Russell, Sarah Harrington, American Constitution Society, Laura Safdie, Event Announcements, Supreme Court Roundup Webinar, Federalist Society Click


Event announcement: State and Local Legal Center’s Supreme Court Review

On Wednesday, July 29, at 1 p.m. ET, SLLC is hosting a webinar to review the 2019-20 Supreme Court term’s biggest decisions for state and local governments, on topics including waterway pollution, LGBTQ discrimination, immigration, abortion and “faithless” electors. The discussion will be led by attorneys who argued two of these cases, Elbert Lin of Hunton Andrews Kurth and Jeff Harris of Consovoy McCarthy, as well as Adam Liptak of the New York Times. Click here for more info and to register. T...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Adam Liptak, Jeff Harris, Elbert Lin, Event Announcements, Hunton Andrews Kurth, Local Legal Center 's Supreme Court Review, Consovoy McCarthy, New York Times Click


Event announcement: Supreme Court in Review: View from the Press Gallery

On June 30, 2020, from 3-4:30 p.m. ET, the Washington Council of Lawyers will host a discussion on the 2019-2020 Supreme Court term and the court’s future under COVID-19, led by a panel of veteran court reporters: Robert Barnes of the Washington Post, Joan Biskupic of CNN and Amy Howe of Howe on the Court. The event will be moderated by Art Spitzer of ACLU-DC. The cost of this program is $10 for members of WCL or co-sponsoring organizations, $15 for public interest and government lawyers and $20...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Cnn, Aclu, Robert Barnes, Howe, Joan Biskupic, Amy Howe, WCL, Event Announcements, ET the Washington Council of Lawyers, Art Spitzer


Event announcement: How Free Enterprise Fared in October Term 2019

On Wednesday, July 1, at 1:00 pm. EDT, the Washington Legal Foundation will host a virtual briefing on the current Supreme Court term and cases concerning business and the free market. The discussion will be led by Allyson N. Ho of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Aaron Streett of Baker Botts and Paul Alessio Mezzina of King & Spalding. Click here for more information and to register. The post Event announcement: How Free Enterprise Fared in October Term 2019 appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Allyson N Ho, Event Announcements, EDT the Washington Legal Foundation, Gibson Dunn Crutcher Aaron Streett of Baker Botts, Paul Alessio Mezzina


Event announcement: Supreme Court Draws to a Big Close

This Thursday, June 4, at 1:30 p.m. EDT, the Committee for Justice will host a panel to discuss a number of high-profile cases still awaiting decision this term at the Supreme Court. Panelists John Malcolm of the Heritage Foundation, Amy Howe of Howe on the Court, and John Eastman of Chapman University Law will preview big decisions pending on abortion, DACA, religious school funding, LGBTQ discrimination, and more. Committee for Justice President Curt Levey will moderate. Click here for more in...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Court, John Eastman, Curt Levey, Committee for Justice, John Malcolm, Event Announcements, Heritage Foundation Amy Howe of Howe, Chapman University Law


Event announcement: Clarence Thomas – His Life and Jurisprudence

On Thursday, May 21, at 1:00 p.m. EDT, the Committee for Justice will host a virtual panel on Justice Clarence Thomas and the interplay between his early life and judicial philosophy, in time for this week’s national TV release of the documentary “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words.” Committee for Justice President Curt Levey will moderate the discussion, led by Erik Jaffe of Schaerr Jaffe, Ralph Rossum of Claremont McKenna College and Carrie Severino of the Judicial Crisis Network....
Tags: Law, Clarence Thomas, Claremont McKenna College, Carrie Severino, Curt Levey, Committee for Justice, Event Announcements, Erik Jaffe, Schaerr Jaffe Ralph Rossum, Clarence Thomas His Life


Event announcement: SCOTUSblog oral argument seminars

The Supreme Court’s decision to hold oral arguments in May 2020 remotely via telephone conference and to make live audio available to the public marks an unprecedented increase in public access to the court. It also offers SCOTUSblog a unique opportunity to educate students about the court and its cases. With teachers around the country conducting classes remotely, SCOTUSblog is launching a series of virtual seminars on some of the most interesting May oral arguments. For each case, an experienc...
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