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Supreme Court October 2017 Term: Criminal Procedure and Actions Against Law Enforcement Officers

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Recorded on: Aug. 6, 2018

ERWIN CHEMERINSKY: I think what we should do now is move to the First Amendment section of the criminal procedure section. I'm sorry. I misspoke-- the criminal procedure section. Those who didn't get to speak during this hour-- we'll start with you, giving the chance to respond during the next section. As I understand it, Sherry, you're going to talk about the Fourth Amendment case of the term and an important Sixth Amendment case. Then, Marty, you're ...

Equality in Voting

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Recorded on: Aug. 6, 2018

SPEAKER: What we're going to start with is Ted Shaw and Janai Nelson are going to each speak for about 10 or 15 minutes setting up the cases. And then we'll have a discussion with the panel. THEODORE M. SHAW: Thank you. I also want to draw attention to-- there was a North Carolina case called North Carolina versus Covington. And so this issue has been busy. What we'd like to do-- before we turn to the cases, I'd like to set the stage, because often ...

Supreme Court October 2017 Term: Freedom of Speech and Religion

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Recorded on: Aug. 6, 2018

THEODORE M. SHAW: I wanted to-- SPEAKER: I'm going to need to interrupt there because we have to move to the next set. We're required by the CLE and also by [INAUDIBLE] to adhere to the segments. But Ted, I promise you'll get the chance to say whatever you want as part of our next discussion. But I do want to move it to the next panel, which is focusing on the First Amendment cases. There were five First Amendment cases this term. Burt is going ...

Supreme Court October 2017 Term: Business Interests (including federal and state governmental power, and arbitration)

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Recorded on: Aug. 6, 2018

DEAN ERWIN CHEMERINSKY: For our last hour, we're going to talk about the business interest cases of the term. And we're going to talk about six cases, and we're going to use a slightly different format through the rest of the day because there is such different areas of law. Let me tell you what the cases are and then how we'll go about it. We've got Epic Systems versus Lewis, and Mike Dorf is going to talk about that. Murphy versus NCAA, and Miguel ...

Overview of the Supreme Court October 2017 Term

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Recorded on: Aug. 6, 2018

ERWIN CHEMERINSKY: As I was planning to come before you this morning, I was trying to think about what would be an appropriate title to talk about October term 2017? I thought maybe I should call it the Empire Strikes Back, or perhaps just, Elections and the Electoral College Really Matter. Let me make three observations about the current and likely future court. First, I think that October term 2017 is the beginning of a new era on the Supreme Court, ...

Supreme Court October 2017 Term: Immigration and Deportation

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Recorded on: Aug. 6, 2018

ERWIN CHEMERINSKY: We should begin again. Good afternoon. We start with some of the most important and high-profile cases of the term by focusing on the immigration and deportation cases. There were three-- Trump versus Hawaii, of course about the travel ban, Sessions versus Dimaya, which involves the vagueness provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act, and Jennings versus Rodriguez, in terms of the ability of the federal government to hold ...


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