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Prof. Sanford Greenberg of IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law discusses a case that examines the role of expert witnesses and the Confrontation Clause of the Sixth Amendment.
Prof. Jerry Goldman, executive director of The Oyez Project at Chicago-Kent, puts the noteworthy amount of time the Court has allocated for arguments on the 2010 Affordable Care Act into context.
Prof. Edward Harris discusses a curious case that has the potential to impact both the definition of political questions and the role of the courts in deciding them, and the relationship between Congress and the President in U.S. foreign relations.
Prof. Richard Kling discusses the Court’s upcoming review of the reliability of eye witness testimony in Perry v. New Hampshire.
The Court hears arguments tomorrow, October 12, in an important Fourth Amendment search and seizure case, Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders. Prof. Carolyn Shapiro summarizes the question before the Court.
The Court hears arguments tomorrow, October 5th, in an important case in the realm of intellectual property. Prof. Ed Lee of the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law shares some insights into the significance of Golan v. Holder.
The Supreme Court began its 2011 term today. Below, Prof. Carolyn Shapiro of the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law highlights some of the interesting and important cases the Court has already slated for arguments.