2017 Supreme Court Wrap-up CallJuly 27, 2017
Time: 7–8 p.m. ET
Review the real-world consequences of several judicial decisions made by the U.S. Supreme Court during the October 2016 term.
- A church, daycare with a playground, government program and the first amendment, come hear what happens when they collide as we discuss Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Come.
- Hidden underneath all that legal stuff is a claim of sex discrimination. Let’s discuss McLane Co Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
- Can you imagine being called to serve on a jury and deliberating with an inebriated juror . . . or worse? Let’s discuss Miguel Angel Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado.
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Previous Supreme Court Wrap-Up Calls
Listen to archive recordings from recent year’s Supreme Court wrap-up conference calls.
Find out how a split vote from an eight-justice court affected the term’s cases.
Marriage equality, pregnancy discrimination, and voting rights issues hung in the balance this year.
Reproductive justice and affirmative action cases led critical decisions this Supreme Court term.
Sex discrimination takes a variety of forms. LAF uses the legal system to help seek justice and change.
Get informed about the judicial selection process in your state and the judicial candidates on the ballot before you head to the polls.
Take a look at the U.S. Supreme Court calendar for the October 2017 term.