Rule of Law

8th Annual Home Stretch at the Supreme Court

Details

Thursday, April 29, 2021
12:00 pm
Virtual Panel Discussion
Constitutional Accountability Center


CAC’s Home Stretch at the Supreme Court virtual event will feature distinguished experts discussing the cases and other matters that have shaped the Term so far and look ahead to decisions yet to come. From police accountability to unions and workers’ rights, there is much to discuss as the Justices enter this Term’s home stretch.

Moderator:

Kimberly Atkins, The Boston Globe

Opening Remarks:

Elizabeth Wydra, CAC President

Panelists:

Brianne Gorod, CAC Chief Counsel

Professor Jeffrey L. Fisher, Stanford Law School

Professor Melissa Murray, New York University School of Law

Dale Ho, ACLU’s Voting Rights Project

DATE: Thursday, April 29, 2021

TIME: 12:00 PM ET

Closed Captioning for this event will be available for viewers on CAC’s Facebook page.

 

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