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School of Law to Explore Direction of Supreme Court

Published: October 17, 2018 | Categories: All News, Law
Statue in front of Supreme Court building

The School of Law will host the 23rd annual Supreme Court Review Conference on Saturday, October 20, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Pellegrini Moot Court Room of the Blake Law Center. The event is free and open to the public.

This seminar will explore the direction the Supreme Court may follow after the Senate confirmed Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the court. Panelists will also discuss important cases the Court decided during the past year. Panelists include School of Law Dean Sudha Setty, professors Jennifer Levi, Bruce Miller, and Art Wolf, and Professor Emeritus Leora Harpaz.

The event is sponsored by the School of Law’s Institute for Legislative and Governmental Affairs. Created in 2000, the Institute offers law students the opportunity to engage in activities relating to the legislative process. It also provides other educational opportunities and community services, including drafting bills and ordinances for public officials, sponsoring conferences and lectures, and conducting legislative workshops. These opportunities and services are available not only to law students, but also to members of the bar, the bench, and the general public.