Whither the Court at 20: Constitutional Experts Dissect Dynamic Docket

Whither the Court at 20: Constitutional Experts Dissect Dynamic Docket

During the Whither the Court presentation, UCLA Law’s Ahilan Arulanantham talked about how he will present oral argument in FBI v. Fazaga on Nov. 8. Following a U.S. Supreme Court term that included several impactful cases and a summer in which the so-called shadow docket made headlines, and with potentially landmark matters involving abortion and gun rights on the horizon, an esteemed panel of constitutional scholars from UCLA School of Law and elsewhere delivered a probing analysis at the 20th Whither the Court: The Allan C. Lebow Annual Supreme Court Review on Sept. 29. The signature annual event, presented in memory of a beloved member of the UCLA Law Class of 1972, features experts who delve into the key cases and trends that currently characterize the Court. This year, the more than 300 people who tuned into the exclusive virtual presentation were treated to uncommon insight from a UCLA Law faculty member, Ahilan Arulanantham, who will deliver oral argument in the case of FBI v. Fazaga in November. Adam Winker, the Connell Professor of Law and a renowned authority on Second Amendment gun rights and other constitutional issues, served once again as moderator of the event. He was joined by three UCLA Law faculty members — Professor from Practice Arulanantham, the co-faculty director of the Center for Immigration Law and Policy; Prof. Cary Franklin, the McDonald/Wright Chair of Law and faculty director of the Williams Institute; and Prof. Jon Michaels, a respected authority in constitutional and administrative law — […]

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