A Historic Year in the Law: A Review of the Supreme Court's Term

The United States Supreme Court has just completed its most momentous term in years. Many of its decisions address deeply significant and controversial aspects of American life, including the place of religion in the public square, the rights of LGBTQ individuals, the perennial issue of abortion, the powers of the presidency, and the role of the court itself.

Prof. Schneebaum will analyze some of the Supreme Court's precedent-setting opinions and what they might mean for the future of the court and of the country. Time will be set aside for participants' questions and comments. The moderator is Nina Gardner, adjunct lecturer in international law and organizations.

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Open to the public