11Dec 22, 1999
Mid-Term Review of the Supreme Court
Journalists talked about cases the Supreme Court would hear in the upcoming session which included cases on grandparents' rights, school prayer, and campaign finance.
18Sep 25, 1999
Tobacco Products Regulation
Participants talked about the upcoming Supreme Court case, Food and Drug Administration v. Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company. They focused on if the Food and Drug Administration has the ...
20Sep 25, 1999
Possible Supreme Court Cases
Participants talked about potential cases that the Supreme Court could hear in the upcoming session. They focused on cases regarding the separation of church and state, school vouchers, ...
118Sep 24, 1999
Mitchell v. Helms
Supreme Court scholars and journalists participated in a moot court argument regarding the case Mitchell vs. Helms, which the Supreme Court heard on December 1, 1999. The case focused on ...
14Jun 24, 1999
Supreme Court Term Review
Ms. Biskupic discussed cases pending and decided during the current Supreme Court term. She also took audience calls, faxes, and electronic mail.
36Jan 7, 1999
Chief Justice Rehnquist
Ms. Biskupic discussed the role of Justice Rehnquist in the Senate impeachment trial. She talked about her article concerning the influence of the chief justice. She responded to ...
28Sep 26, 1998
Media Coverage of the Court
Journalists discussed how the public learns about the Supreme Court and what information should be available to the media. They also discussed how the Canadian media system appoints a media ...
9Sep 26, 1998
Upcoming Issues in the Court
Supreme Court correspondents and law professors discussed legal cases to be reviewed by the Court during this term.
202Sep 25, 1998
Chicago v. Morales
Supreme Court scholars and journalists take part in a moot court argument on the case, Chicago v. Morales, which the Supreme Court will hear next week. The case is about a Chicago ordinance ...
12Jun 7, 1998
Supreme Court Update
Ms. Biskupic talked about cases currently in front of the Supreme Court, including the Starr investigation, and attorney-client privilege. She also took audience calls, faxes, and ...
54Oct 25, 1997
Criminal Law and Procedure Cases
Supreme Court correspondents discussed the upcoming term of the Supreme Court and the notable cases that will be argued before the Court. Following their discussion, the panelists answered ...
12Oct 25, 1997
Supreme Court reporters and law professors discussed cases dealing business, commerce and property law on the Supreme Court 1997-98 docket. They examined several particular cases and the ...
110Oct 24, 1997
Piscataway v. Taxman Moot Court
In a moot court, the participants argued the Piscataway v. Taxman case which is on the Supreme Court docket for the 1997-98 term. It deals with race and employment. A white teacher ...
13Jun 27, 1997
Supreme Court Midterm Review
Ms. Biskupic talked about the Supreme Court term thus far, especially the decisions released yesterday.
18Mar 20, 1997
Supreme Court Journalists
Professor Evarts and Ms. Biskupic talked about Evarts’s recent survey of Supreme Court reporters. The survey consisted of 55 questions about how the journalists cover the Court and ...
11Jan 29, 1997
Supreme Court in U.S. Life
Ms. Biskupic spoke as part of a lecture series on Supreme Court perceptions. She examined the bidirectional relationship between the Court and U.S. society and highlighted both how the ...
17Oct 26, 1996
Supreme Court Preview: Commercial Rights
In the second of a two-day conference on the upcoming Supreme Court term, Supreme Court scholars and reporters discussed cases dealing with commercial law. They examined various cases ranging ...
8Oct 26, 1996
Supreme Court Preview: Voting Rights Issues
At a two-day conference on the 1996-97 U.S. Supreme Court term, panelists discussed the voting rights issues before the Court this term. The Court has five cases dealing with these issues on ...
79Oct 25, 1996
Clinton v. Jones Moot Court
Attorneys argued the case of Clinton v. Jones before a panel of Supreme Court journalists who served as the judges. The Supreme Court on January 13 heard the arguments in the case in ...
188Oct 13, 1995
Book Discussion on Romer v. Evans
Colorado voters passed a constitutional amendment, popularly known as amendment two, which bans and repeals any state law which specifically protects homosexuals from discriminiation in 1992. The ...
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