Panelists talk about the importance and legacy of the New York Times v. Sullivan Supreme Court case, as well as the history of the Supreme Court reporting.
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A panel of law professors and journalists talk about the New York Times v. Sullivan Supreme Court case, and the relationship between the Supreme Court and the press.
Tony Mauro of Legal Times discusses some of the operational costs of the U.S. Supreme Court. Topics to be included are the budget of the court, salaries of the Justices and their staffs.
Pratik Shah, former clerk for Justice Breyer, and William Jay, former Clerk for Justice Scalia, provide an overview of the world of clerking at the U.S. Supreme Court. They discuss how clerks are selected and their influence on the justices.
Footage of Supreme Court justices leaving the annual Red Mass is shown.
Attorney Bruce Jacob talked about arguing before the Supreme Court in the Gideon v. Wainwright case, which established a defendant's right to an attorney.
Constitutional law professors and attorneys talk about the cases on the Supreme Court docket this term.
Solicitor General Donald Verrilli and SCOTUSblog's Thomas Goldstein preview cases on the Supreme Court's docket for the 2013-2014 term.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg talks about some of the past rulings of the Court involving health care, affirmative action, voting rights, and gender equality.
Professor Carolyn Long talks about Supreme Court decision Mapp v. Ohio, in which the Supreme Court expanded Fourth Amendment rights regarding unreasonable searches and seizures.