On December 26 at 7pm ET, C-SPAN Radio continues a week-long special series of Supreme Court oral arguments by current Justices, before they joined the Court.
In this program: Portions of two cases argued by Assistant Solicitor General Samuel Alito, before he became an Associate Justice in 2006. You’ll hear him argue for the petitioner in a 1984 case about the Freedom of Information Act and privacy: “United States, petitioner v. Weber Aircraft Corp., respondent”--- and argue for the appellant in the 1984 freedom of speech case “Federal Communications Commission, appellant v. League of Women Voters of California and others, appellees.”
The audio and information of the cases are courtesy of the Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law at: http://www.oyez.org.
And providing context and information: Drexel University College of Law associate professor Lisa McElroy.
Arguments by Samuel Alito before he became an Associate Justice: Wednesday, December 26 at 7pm ET on C-SPAN Radio: 90.1 FM in the Washington, DC area, online at cspanradio.org and nationwide on XM Satellite Radio, channel 119.