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Welcome to our Featured Discussion on the Supreme Court

July 21, 2005 6:30 PM

Welcome to our featured discussion on the future of the Supreme Court, in light of Judge John Roberts' nomination. We're extremely privileged to have two of the nation's leading legal scholars--in both civil and constitutional law--joining us for this discussion: Richard Epstein and Stephen Presser. For more on these scholars, see my longer post in the Forum, earlier today. I will update here as the scholars post; readers can also scroll down or click onto the specific entry in the right-hand column.

UPDATE: Professor Epstein, 7/21; Professor Presser 7/22; Professor Epstein, 7/26; Professor Presser, 7/26; Professor Epstein, 7/28; Professor Presser, 7/28; Professor Epstein, 7/29; Professor Presser, 7/29; Professor Epstein, 8/3; Professor Presser, 8/3; Professor Epstein, 8/4; Professor Presser, 8/4; Professor Epstein, 8/5; Professor Presser, 8/8; Professor Epstein, 8/8; Professor Presser, 8/11; Professor Epstein, 8/12; Professor Presser, 8/18; Professor Epstein, 8/19; Professor Presser, 8/26; Professor Epstein, 8/29; Professor Presser, 8/29; Professor Epstein, 8/30; Professor Presser, Sept. 1; Professor Epstein, Sept. 1; Professor Presser, Sept. 3; Professor Epstein, Sept. 3; Professor Presser, Sept. 4; Professor Epstein, Sept. 4; Professor Presser, Sept. 5; Professor Epstein, Sept. 19; Professor Presser, Sept. 20.

 

 

 

FEATURED DISCUSSION ARCHIVE:


Obamacare Decision: Reactions, July 2012
Law School Faculty Diversity, May-June 2012
Class Actions, May 2012
Constitutionality of Individual Mandate, March 2012
Human Rights and International Law, February-March 2012
The constitutionality of President Obama's recess appointments, January 2012
Do caps on medical malpractice damages hurt consumers?, December 2011
Trial Lawyers Inc.: State Attorneys General, October 2011
Wal-Mart v. Dukes, April 2011
Kagan Supreme Court nomination, May-June 2010
Election roundtable, November-December 2006
Who's the boss, September 2006
Medical judgement, July 2006
Lawyer Licensing, May 2006
Contingent claims, April 2006
Smoking guns, July 2004

Isaac Gorodetski
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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
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Manhattan Institute
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