C-SPAN covers Supreme Court preview event
Last week Pacific Legal Foundation and National Review Institute hosted a Supreme Court preview event in Washington, D.C. Our panel of experts provided great insight and analysis regarding cases that the Court will hear in the coming months as well as the uncertainty the Court faces with the vacancy of Justice Scalia. The event was covered by C-SPAN.
Gregory G. Katsas
Former US Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division
Partner, Jones Day’s Issues & Appeals Practice
Neal Kumar Katyal
Former Acting Solicitor General of the United States
Partner, Hogan Lovells’s Supreme Court and Appellate Practice
*Oral advocate in at least three cases in the upcoming term
Theodore B. Olson
Former Solicitor General of the United States
Partner, Gibson Dunn’s Appellate and Constitutional Law Practice
Senior Editor, National Review
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