Previewing the Supreme Court's October Term 2022
In honor of Constitution Day, join GW Law as they host a distinguished panel of legal experts who will discuss the cases on the docket for the Supreme Court’s October Term 2022. We will begin the day with a continental breakfast at 8:30 am. On the docket:
- Students for Fair Admissions Inc. v. Harvard College; Whether colleges/universities may use race as a factor in admissions
- 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis; Does Colorado's AntiDiscrimination Act compel wedding website designers to create content for same-sex couples in violation of the First Amendment
- Sackett v. EPA; Whether wetlands are "waters of the United States" under the Clean Water Act
- Merrill v. Milligan; Does Alabama's 2021 redistricting plan violate Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act
- Moore v. Harper; Does the state legislative body have sole authority to regulate federal elections. Test of "independent state legislature theory"
- National Pork Producers Council v. Ross; Can California impose conditions on how pigs are raised in other states
- United States v. Texas; Whether the state has the standing to challenge the federal government's enforcement of immigration law
Andrew Chung, Correspondent, U.S. Supreme Court, Reuters
Emily Hammond, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, Environmental Law
Alan B. Morrison, Dean for Public Interest and Public Service Law, Constitutional Law
Mark Joseph Stern (Moderator), Legal Analyst and Supreme Court Correspondent, Slate
Kimberly Atkins Stohr, Senior Opinion Writer and Columnist, Boston Globe
If you have questions, please contact Rachel Larris at [email protected].
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