ADL, National Constitution Center Host Supreme Court Review
Attendees watch Dahlia Lithwick present during the 2018 Supreme Court Review in the Scott Douglas and McConnico conference room. Credit: Yael Brown
By Yael Brown
Every summer, ADL, in partnership with the National Constitution Center, hosts the Supreme Court Review.
ADL offices across the country stream a panel of experts who discuss the past year’s Supreme Court decisions and how those rulings will impact the country.
With a new Supreme Court justice on the bench and challenges to executive actions, this has been an eventful SCOTUS term with significant ramifications.
The Supreme Court Review event panel consists of distinguished legal scholars Erwin Chemerinsky, Paul Clement, Frederick M. Lawrence, and Dahlia Lithwick. Topics on the agenda include adding the citizenship question to the 2020 census, partisan gerrymandering, and religious symbols in the public square, as well as what to expect from the Supreme Court next year.
Coincidentally, 2019 is the 20th anniversary of ADL’s Supreme Court Review. The event will take place on Tuesday July 9. Join ADL Austin at the Scott Douglas and McConnico law firm downtown or live stream the event.
Attorneys in attendance are eligible to receive two free CLE credits for participation. ■
Visit the events tab at austin.adl.org, email Lisa Humphrey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call ADL at 512-249-7960 for more information on how to register.