We’re live at the University of Akron School of Law to preview the Supreme Court’s final—and perhaps its most important—sitting of October Term 2017. Come for our predictions on the travel-ban case, Trump v. Hawaii. Stay for Ian’s rant on interstate egg regulation, Dan’s second thoughts on #GorsuchStyle, a radical proposal for habeas reform, and a whole lot more—including a recap of the court’s biggest opinion of the term so far, Sessions v. Dimaya. We also fill you in on the court’s slightly-less-exciting opinions in United States v. Microsoft and Wilson v. Sellers, discuss some interesting relists and take some great audience questions—including one by a Volokh Conspirator who makes a surprise appearance (listen ’til the end to find out who!).

Posted in Sessions v. Dimaya, Wilson v. Sellers, U.S. v. Microsoft Corp., Trump v. Hawaii, Missouri v. California, Tyler v. U.S., First Mondays, Featured

Recommended Citation: First Mondays Podcast, OT2017 #22: “Cf. Everything”, SCOTUSblog (Apr. 23, 2018, 10:03 AM), http://www.scotusblog.com/2018/04/ot2017-22-cf-everything/