Rule of Law

9th Annual Home Stretch


Thursday, April 28, 2022
1:00 pm
Virtual Panel Discussion
Constitutional Accountability Center

As the Court begins to wrap up its current term and issue final decisions in some of the nation’s most pressing legal challenges, CAC will host a virtual panel discussion, introduced by CAC President Elizabeth Wydra, and moderated by Bloomberg News Supreme Court reporter Greg Stohr. Stohr will lead an all-star panel featuring the Executive Director of the MacArthur Justice Center Amir Ali, Berkeley Law Professor Khiara M. Bridges, CAC Chief Counsel Brianne Gorod, and University of Texas School of Law Professor Stephen Vladeck.

These experts will discuss cases and issues that have shaped the Term so far, and look ahead to decisions yet to come. From abortion rights to qualified immunity, the shadow docket, and of course, the historic confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, there is much to discuss as the justices enter this Term’s home stretch. 

Closed Captioning for this event will be available and additional information will be included in the viewing instructions. 

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