The early months of the current Presidential administration have seen a substantial amount of litigation raising constitutional claims brought against the executive orders released at the beginning of the term. The number of issues raised, lawsuits filed, and decisions raised on both procedural and substantive grounds has resulted in a significant amount of confusion among the public regarding exactly what, constitutionally speaking, is going on.
This course, presented by Matthew Blaisdell, will review the President's executive orders and will investigate claims raised under the First, Fifth, and Tenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. We'll discuss causes of action related to Due Process, Equal Protection, the Establishment Clause, the Free Exercise Clause, the Suspension Clause, the Spending Clause, the plenary power doctrine, separation of powers, state sovereignty, and other issues related to ongoing and anticipated litigation.
Great topic. Excellent presentation.
Great overview of a lot of information in a rapidly developing area. Thank you.
This was a really good presentation. I recommend checking to see if there have been any recent changes to executive orders and making sure that the MCLE presentation is after changes.
timely and interesting
This was an extremely interesting presentation by an excellent presenter.
Excellent presentation, excellent speaker, and excellent written materials.
Mr. Blaisdell's presentation was outstanding.
Excellent presentation and timely.
Love these issues-based programs. Very interesting and current.
Very nicely done!
Thank you- have appreciated several of Mr. Blaisdell's presentations.
Very thorough coverage of topic that is changing in real time.