On Monday, October 1, law professors from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law will discuss the upcoming Supreme Court term. The panelists will include law professors Erika George, Clifford Rosky, Michael Teter, and Amy Wildermuth. Each panelist will discuss a case that will be going before the Supreme Court this upcoming term, and those cases—certiorari pending—that are likely to appear before the Court.
The cases, all blockbusters, will include affirmative action, international human rights, and voter fraud laws. What is more, there will be an opportunity for audience members to present questions to the panelists.
Join the Federalist Society on October 1 at 12:30 p.m. in the Moot Court room for lunch and a panel discussion. In the words law professor Paul Cassell, “The United States Supreme Court begins its new term every year on the first Monday in October. Come on the first Monday in October to hear about the leading cases that the Court will be deciding this term, along with insights into the directions that the Roberts Court may be taking.”