On September 28 at 5 p.m., the American University Washington College of Law will host a panel entitled “On the Docket: Looking Ahead at the New Supreme Court Term.” Panelists include Tom Goldstein, Janai Nelson, Jayesh Rathod and Richard Wolf; Steve Wermiel will moderate the panel. More information is available at the college’s website.
In addition, on September 28 at 1 p.m., the Washington Legal Foundation will host a preview of the upcoming Supreme Court term. Speakers include Allyson Ho, Jeffrey Lamken and Andrew Pincus; Judge Jay Stephens will serve as moderator. More information about the event, which will also be live-streamed, is available at the Foundation’s website.
Additionally, on October 5 at 7 p.m., the National Archives, in partnership with The Constitutional Sources Project, will host a panel entitled “Women and the Supreme Court.” Panelists include Judge Patricia Millett, Deanne Maynard, Sarah Harrington and Marlene Trestman; Amy Howe will moderate the panel. More information about the event, which will also be live-streamed, is available at the Archives’ website.
Finally, on October 20 at 1:30 p.m., the Syracuse University College of Law will host a preview of the upcoming Supreme Court term. The event will begin with a lecture by Amy Howe entitled “When Elections Matter: The Supreme Court, the Scalia Vacancy, and the 2016 Election.” Following the lecture, Judge Rosemary Pooler, William Wiecek, Lauryn Gouldin and Andrew Kim will join Howe on a panel discussion moderated by Keith Bybee. More information about the event is available at the college’s website.