Access to Justice

The Future of Access to Courts


Thursday, November 3, 2016
Supreme Court Institute at Georgetown Law


CAC hosted a panel discussion at Georgetown Law School’s Supreme Court Institute to explore how the Roberts Court has made it harder for Americans to get their day in court, and to mark the release of its latest Text & History narrative, The Keystone of the Arch: The Text & History of Article III and the Constitution’s Promise of Access to the Courts


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