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    Book Discussion on Ferguson v. City of Charleston

    A moot court debated the U.S. Supreme Court case Ferguson v. City of Charleston. At issue in the case is whether public hospitals can test pregnant patients for drug use and inform police…

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    The Roberts Court

    Panelists discussed the Roberts Court, shifts in the U.S. Supreme Court, and the role of Justice Kennedy as the swing vote. They responded to questions from members of the audience.



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    Criminal Law and Procedure

    Law professors and Supreme Court correspondents previewed the 1999 U.S. Supreme Court term, focusing on a few cases of criminal law and criminal procedure.

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    After Words with Linda Greenhouse

    Linda Greenhouse was interviewed about her book Becoming Harry Blackmun: Harry Blackmun’s Supreme Court Journey, published by Times Books. It is a biography of the late the…

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    American Constitution Society 2009 Convention

    The panel of sitting federal judges talked about the state of the federal judicial system. They focused on the challenges facing each federal circuit and solutions for overcoming…

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    Covering the U.S. Supreme Court

    Former Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse talked about her career with retired Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. Walter Dellinger made introductory remarks, and Ronald…

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    FCC v. Fox Television Moot Court

    The Bill of Rights Institute and William and Mary Law School hosted a moot court on the FCC v. Fox Television indecency case. The case rests on the FCC’s ban against the use of…

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    The Future of the Supreme Court

    Jeffrey Toobin talked about the state of the nation’s highest court and its future under a new administration. Topics included recent cases such as photo identification for…

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    Moot Court: Rumsfeld v. FAIR

    The Institute of Bill of Rights Law, part of the William and Mary School of Law, marked the commencement of the new term of the United States Supreme Court with its 18th annual Supreme…

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    U.S. Supreme Court Operations and Decisions

    Former Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse talked about the Supreme Court justices, changes in the Court, and the most memorable moments of her career. Linda Greenhouse began…

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    Federal Judges Appointment and Confirmation

    Correspondents, former administration officials, and academicians spoke in a panel discussion on the federal courts' judicial nomination and confirmation process during the third annual…

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    Mitchell v. Helms

    Supreme Court scholars and journalists participated in a moot court argument regarding the case Mitchell vs. Helms, which the Supreme Court heard on December 1, 1999. The case focused…

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    John Roberts Supreme Court Nomination

    Panelists spoke about preparations for the consideration of President Bush’s first Supreme Court appointment and nomination, the impact of Justice O’Connor’s resignation…

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    Federalism

    Panelists discussed federalism cases that will come before the Supreme Court in the current term. First, Professor Chermerinsky discussed the effects that past federalism cases have…

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    New York Times Washington Bureau

    From their office New York Times Washington Bureau journalists talked about working for the Times, their special responsibilities, and headline news events. They all responded to…

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    Clinton v. Jones Moot Court

    Attorneys argued the case of Clinton v. Jones before a panel of Supreme Court journalists who served as the judges. The Supreme Court on January 13 heard the arguments in the case in…

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    Presidential Candidates on Judicial Selection

    A panel discussion was held on the criteria that presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain would use when choosing judges for the federal courts. Topics included the…

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    Supreme Court Preview: Federalism Cases

    Journalists and legal scholars talk about some of the federalism cases the U.S. Supreme Court has chosen to hear in its new term, including discrimination and environmental cases.

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    Executive Power in Combating Terrorism

    A panel of Supreme Court experts talked about the Boumediene v. Bush case scheduled for oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court on December 5, 2007, to decide if the Military…

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    Book Discussion on Becoming Justice Blackmun: Harry Blackmun\'s Supreme Court Journey

    Linda Greenhouse was interviewed at The Hill's 4th Annual Political Book Fair about her book Becoming Justice Blackmun: Harry Blackmun’s Supreme Court Journey, published by Times…

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