The Supreme Court Building in Washington D.C., August 5, 2021 (Brent Buterbaugh/National Review)
You’re invited to join National Review Institute and Pacific Legal Foundation as they join forces once again for an annual preview of the coming Supreme Court term. The event will include a panel discussion with three of our nation’s top Supreme Court litigators: Noel Francisco, partner, Jones Day; Tom Goldstein, partner, Goldstein & Russell, P.C.; and William Jay, partner, Goodwin Procter LLP. NRI president Lindsay Craig will serve as host, and Anastasia Boden, senior attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, will moderate.
Will the Court rule that the Second Amendment protects a right that extends beyond the home? Will the Court uphold a state’s abortion regulation that directly challenges Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey? Will the Court take up a case involving Harvard’s admissions practices that discriminate against Asian-American applicants? Will eviction moratoria, vaccine mandates, and other COVID-19 issues continue to flood the Court’s emergency docket? And how will the Court shift as the three newest justices settle into their roles? The next Supreme Court term has all the makings of an explosive, blockbuster term; our expert panel will weigh in on all of these questions and more.
This virtual event will take place this Friday at noon Eastern. Register here.
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