SCOTUS Review 2021 Part II: Civil Law
Created on July 23, 2021
Join experienced constitutional practitioners Ameer Benno and Erica Dubno for Part II of Lawline's fifth annual SCOTUS Review, addressing several critical cases that are to be decided in the 2021 Term. In this course, Ameer and Erica will discuss the following cases:
Thomas More Law Center v. Becerra: Do state laws that compel non-profit organizations to disclose the names and addresses of their donors violate the Constitution by subjecting donors to harassment and intimidation for engaging in activity protected by the First Amendment?
Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L.: Can public school officials constitutionally regulate student speech that occurs off campus?
Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Does the Free Exercise Clause provide private social service agencies that receive taxpayer-funding a religious exemption from non-discrimination requirements applicable to all city contracts?
New York State Rifle & Pistol Ass'n v. Corlett: Does the Second Amendment allow the government to prohibit ordinary law-abiding citizens from carrying handguns outside the home for self defense?
Cochran v. Mayor of Baltimore: Is a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services rule that prohibits healthcare providers that receive federal money from referring patients for abortions and that bars such providers from sharing space with an abortion facility constitutional?
Arizona Republican Party v. DNC / Brnovich v. DNC: Do state laws that ban ballot harvesting and invalidate ballots cast in the wrong precinct violate the Voting Rights Act?
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