The 2018 term of the Supreme Court was the first for the Roberts Court since the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy. In the aftermath of the contested appointments of two new Justices, all eyes were on Chief Justice Roberts and the Court. How would the Court navigate a thoroughly politicized environment and dispose of highly publicized and controversial cases? Professors Jeffrey Pojanowski and Richard Garnett will discuss high-profile cases from the Court's most recent term and analyze the approach of the Roberts Court to difficult issues involving the administrative state, religious liberty, and freedom of speech.
Sponsor: Federalist Society & the Constitutional Studies Program