What’s the Most Important U.S. Supreme Court Case in Your Area of the Law?

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This week, in somewhat belated celebration of the commencement of another term of the U.S. Supreme Court, we will be doing another of our special series: Marquette Law faculty members will be posting about the most important Supreme Court case in a subject that they teach. First up later today will be Paul Secunda, who will be writing on the most important Supreme Court case in the area of public employment law.

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