On Wednesday, Supreme Court litigator Tom Goldstein--who also publishes the much lauded SCOTUSblog--joined us for a Bloomberg BNA webinar titled "Halftime at the Supreme Court." The event was meant to provide a refresher on the cases argued at the court so far this term, as well as a look forward at the arguments and decisions yet to come.
We also touched briefly on issues barreling down on the court, including same-sex marriage and gun rights, as well as some of the larger themes emerging from the Roberts Court's jurisprudence. Towards the end of the discussion we talked a little bit about Goldstein's practice, how he got to where he is today and the role of amici in Supreme Court litigation.
A copy of the program can be purchased by following the link above. Below are a few highlights from the webinar addressing just some of the topics we covered. Also, Tom and his wife Amy Howe--the editor of SCOTUSblog--authored a companion article I recommend reading, titled "Mid-Term Update on the Supreme Court." Law Week subscribers can find it on our homepage or at 82 U.S.L.W. 1208.
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