Law Faculty Present on Supreme Court Cases at SCOTUS Round-Up Event
Professor Patrick Garry presented on Carson v. Makin, Kennedy v. Bremerton, and West Virginia v. E.P.A. Professor Hannah Haksgaard discussed Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, and Assistant Professor Tyler Moore outlined New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen.
"The cases we discussed are extremely consequential and significant for the law in the United States, but they are also deeply personal for many law students,” said Anthony Leonardi, president of the Knudson School of Law Federalist Society. “Not everyone agrees about the Court’s outcomes, but our collective attendance at a Supreme Court Round-Up is evidence of two things that we all share: compassion for those impacted by the law and a passion for being their advocate. These commonalities and our differences are what give the Federalist Society its purpose to be a 'forum for … opposing views' for the purpose of promoting principles of constitutionalism."
The Federalist Society is a national organization of lawyers, law students and scholars who advocate that public legal debate improves present and future leaders' understanding of the principles underlying American law.