Major Decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court’s Recent Term
by Scott Idleman, Professor, Marquette University Law School
August 5, 2020
Online Program: Noon to 1 p.m.
Complimentary program; however, registration is required.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s October 2019 Term yielded several high-profile rulings, addressing topics such as the regulation of abortion clinics, the power to subpoena a President’s personal records, a government’s ability selectively not to fund students attending religious schools, employment discrimination based on sexual orientation or transgender status, and the scope of the so-called ministerial exception. This CLE will review four to six of these key rulings and will also briefly look at some major cases on the Court’s docket for the 2020 Term. Once the Court’s Term is done specific cases will be added.