1-Day Program

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Overview

Registration fee waivers and discounts are widely available to attorneys, paralegals and staff working in nonprofit and legal services organizations; pro bono volunteers (providing no-fee legal assistance to clients individually or through an organization); government attorneys; judges and judicial law clerks; law professors and law students; senior attorneys (age 65 and over); unemployed attorneys; and others with financial hardship.  All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.
 Scholarships available
 
Why You Should Attend
 
At the end of the October 2018 Term Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement. This vacancy from Justice Kennedy's retirement was filled by the Senate's confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Supreme Court observers are watching closely to see if the Court will now shift sharply to the right, or, if Chief Justice John G. Roberts will become a moderate force as a "swing vote" centrist.

The 21st Annual Supreme Court Review will provide an in-depth review and analysis of the October 2018 Term by a faculty of experts.

What You Will Learn

Key topics to be discussed at this year's program include:

  • Overview of the October 2018 Term: identification of major decisions; themes of the term
  • Justices' voting patterns; Kavanaugh's first Term; and the role of Chief Justice Roberts
  • Important decisions on voting equality, freedom of speech, and religion
  • Federal government power, including immigration
  • Business interests and civil litigation

Who Should Attend

The program is a must for anyone interested in the development of constitutional law and the United States Supreme Court.

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