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Why You Should Attend
This term’s Supreme Court plenary docket encompasses a wide range of highly significant constitutional and federal statutory issues. At stake are issues such as fundamental individual constitutional rights, separation of powers, the rights of criminal defendants, and the interpretation of important voting rights and environmental and antitrust statutes. How will the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett impact the Court’s decisions? Will Chief Justice John Roberts’ role change? Will Justice Brett Kavanaugh become the new “center"?
PLI's "23rd Annual Supreme Court Review" will provide an in-depth review and analysis of the October 2020 Term. The faculty consists of constitutional and civil rights experts with a wide range of backgrounds, perspectives, and views. It includes a law school dean, federal circuit and district court judges, a Supreme Court journalist, law school professors, and constitutional litigators.
What You Will Learn
Key topics to be examined at this year’s program include:
- Overview of the October 2020 Term, including identification of major decisions and themes of the term
- Justices’ voting patterns
- Important decisions concerning the Affordable Care Act, the Voting Rights Act, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion
- Separation of powers
- Civil rights and other civil litigation
- Business and environmental litigation
Who Should Attend
The program is a must for anyone interested in the development of constitutional law and the work of the United States Supreme Court.