Our New Supreme Court


Since 1935 every justice has agreed the Constitution is supple enough to permit administrative agencies.

Neal Katyal Constitutional attorney


This term, the Supreme Court will decide landmark cases involving partisan gerrymandering, the census, abortion, voting rights, and free speech. With Chief Justice John Roberts as the new swing vote, and Justice Brett Kavanagh’s first full year on the court, the justices will signal their views on issues ranging from the future of Roe v. Wade to their willingness to confront President Trump. Join America’s leading legal experts for a discussion about how this term will affect the issues at the core of American life.

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