Wed, Jul 13

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CLE Lecture Hall

Supreme Court: Year in Review

Time & Location

Jul 13, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

CLE Lecture Hall, 348 S 5th St, Highlands, NC 28741, USA

About the Event

The  Supreme Court decides approximately 80 cases each year.  Professor  Collins will discuss the Court's most consequential decisions from the  October 2021 Term, which include, among others, rulings involving  freedom of religion, affirmative action, the scope of congressional  regulatory power, the scope of the executive branch rulemaking power,  pre-viability abortion and judge's duty to recuse in the Court's recent  appointees in shaping a more conservative majority and what that bodes  for the future of the Court as an institution.

Location:  CLE Lecture Hall

Presenter:   Todd Collins, Ph.D., is Steed Distinguished Associate Professor in the  Department of Political Science and Public Affairs and Director of the  Public Policy Institute at Western Carolina University and a licensed  attorney.  His research focuses on constitutional law and judicial  politics.

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