Laws spell out how governments operate; litigation induces courts to decide if laws are constitutional; and legislation can clarify or strengthen court decisions.
So, how can policy professionals cultivate the most effective interplay between public policy and the courts?
Join us for Public Interest Litigation & Policy, the fourth and final installment in our “Pulling Back the Curtain on Public Interest Litigation” series. In this one-hour webinar, you’ll meet the public interest attorneys and policy experts whose successes in home equity theft and public sector union reforms serve as a roadmap for effective collaboration at the intersection of public policy and public interest litigation.
Among the topics of discussion:
- Which questions are best handled by courts? Legislatures?
- “Just because it’s bad doesn’t mean it’s unconstitutional”: The limits of litigation in challenging bad laws.
- How to craft legislation that can survive court challenges.
- How policy can complement legal victories, and vice versa.