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  • Mitchell v Helms
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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 on…

    190 views
  • Tobacco Products Regulation
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    Tobacco Products Regulation

    Participants talked about the upcoming Supreme Court case, Food and Drug Administration v. Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company. They focused on if the Food and Drug Administration has the…

    84 views
  • Public Perceptions of the Justice System
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    Public Perceptions of the Justice System

    Panelists discussed a recent national survey of public views of the courts and the judicial system. Speakers talked about the need to earn and maintain the public trust through…

    111 views
  • Chicago v Morales
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    Chicago v. Morales

    Supreme Court scholars and journalists take part in a moot court argument on the case, Chicago v. Morales, which the Supreme Court will hear next week. The case is about a Chicago ordinance…

    709 views
  • The Red Mass for the Supreme Court
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    The Red Mass for the Supreme Court

    U.S. Supreme Court officials and some cabinet secretaries were shown entering, and then exiting, St. Matthew’s Cathedral for the “Red Mass,” a Catholic blessing for civic officials. Mr.…

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  • Supreme Court Preview Civil Rights
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    Supreme Court Preview: Civil Rights

    The panelists discussed the U.S. Supreme Court and upcoming civil rights cases. The court’s term begins next week. They also talked about the sexual harassment cases decided in the last…

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  • Embassies and the Press
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    Embassies and the Press

    Participants discussed keys to being interviewed and how to convey messages through interviews and how to positively portray foreign countries to U.S. journalists. They also took questions…

    22 views
  • Supreme Court Update
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    Supreme Court Update

    Mr. Mauro talked about the Bragon v. Abbott dealing with whether HIV infection is a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, about which the Supreme Court will hear oral…

    23 views
  • emFalwell v Hustler Magazineem Part 2
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    Falwell v. Hustler Magazine Part 2

    Rev. Falwell and Mr. Flynt debated the First Amendment and the rights of the distributors of pornography. The two men were the principles in a landmark Supreme Court case, Falwell v.…

    918 views
  • Business Cases
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    Business Cases

    Supreme Court reporters and law professors discussed cases dealing business, commerce and property law on the Supreme Court 1997-98 docket. They examined several particular cases and the…

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  • emPiscataway v Taxmanem Moot Court
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    Piscataway v. Taxman Moot Court

    In a moot court, the participants argued the Piscataway v. Taxman case which is on the Supreme Court docket for the 1997-98 term. It deals with race and employment. A white teacher sued the…

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  • Supreme Court Midterm Review
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    Supreme Court Midterm Review

    Participants reviewed Supreme Court activities thus far and examined the remainder of the Court term. Mr. Goldstein provided statistics from the last two years of the Court. Mr. Mauro…

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  • emUSA Todayem Roundtable
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    USA Today Roundtable

    Reporters for USA Today talked about their upcoming stories in the newspaper and other topics. They answered questions from viewers. Note: This is an incomplete program.

    34 views
  • Supreme Court Roundtable
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    Supreme Court Roundtable

    Reporters discussed what they expect covering the new Chief Justice William Rehnquist court and what cases may be heard.

    27 views
  • Freedom of Information

    Freedom of Information

    After the presentations of awards, Michael Gartner spoke about freedom of the press and the Freedom of Information Act. He answered questions from the audience.

    14 views