When state legislatures draw congressional districts how do they disentangle race from politics?
Let’s learn more about some of the cases that the Supreme Court will examine in the 2023-2024 term.
What is conspiracy to commit bribery? Are members of the legislative branch accountable to the rule of law?
What is conspiracy against rights and how does it relate to the Enforcement Acts of 1870 and 1871? Why are these relevant today?
What are the ethical obligations of federal judges?
What are the rules that state legislatures must follow when drawing congressional districts and how do we know if they have been followed?
What happens when accommodating the religious practices of one employee burdens the employee’s co-workers?
Does one company’s parody of another company’s product violate trademark rights or does the First Amendment come into play and protect the possible expressive work?
Are members of the executive branch at the state and federal levels accountable to the rule of law?
It’s Women’s History Month. Learn about the first woman eligible to practice law before the U.S. Supreme Court.