Guns. Abortion. And maybe even racial preferences in college admissions. The next Supreme Court term has all the makings of an explosive, blockbuster term. Will the Court rule that the Second Amendment protects a right that extends beyond the home? Will the Court uphold a state’s abortion regulation that directly challenges Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey? Will the Court take up a case involving Harvard’s admissions practices that discriminate against Asian American applicants? Will eviction moratoria, vaccine mandates, and other COVID-19 issues continue to flood the Court’s emergency docket? And how will the Court shift as the three newest justices settle into their roles?
Join us for a panel discussion with three of our nation’s top Supreme Court litigators. Our distinguished panel members will offer insights into the most significant cases of the upcoming term, including cases the Court selects during its September 27 “Long Conference.” They will also highlight promising cases on the horizon that may be granted later in the term.
Partner, Jones Day
47th Solicitor General of the United States
Partner, Goldstein & Russell, P.C.
Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP
Former Assistant to the Solicitor General
President, National Review Institute