The Case Against the Supreme Court
Erwin Chemerinsky talked about his book The Case Against the Supreme Court, in which he argues that while Supreme Court justices have a reputation for being objective, evidence shows that they are anything but that. He said that 200 years of Court history shows that justices regularly let their own biases guide how they rule. This event was held at the University of California, Santa Barbara. close
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- Roman Baratiak Associate Director University of California, Santa Barbara->Arts and Lectures
Erwin Chemerinsky Founding Dean University of California, Irvine->School of Law
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