Upcoming Supreme Court Review Panels: July 19 and August 3

I'll be participating in two upcoming panels reviewing the recently completed SCOTUS Term. On Wednesday, July 19, at 3 pm Eastern time, University of Illinois Law Dean and Professor Vikram Amar and I will discuss the Term's big cases in a one-hour webinar hosted by Justia (publisher of Verdict, for which Dean Amar and I are both columnists). You can find full info here. To register at the main site, you need to be a Justia member. Attorneys can become Justia members (and derive various networking benefits) for free. If you're not an attorney or are one but don't want to register with Justia, you can watch the webinar anyway (also for free) by clicking here. (That will launch a Zoom webinar window at the appointed date and time.)

On August 3 and for the 25th consecutive year, I'll be participating in an all-day review of the Supreme Court Term, courtesy of the Practicing Law Institute. As always, the day's festivities are organized by Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and Touro Law Professor Martin Schwartz. Other panelists include journalist Joan Biskupic, Professors Cristina Rodriguez, Burt Neuborne, and Ted Shaw, as well as SCOTUS litigators Jud Littleton and Jeff Wall. The first panel begins at 9 am. The last one ends at 5:15 pm. I'm on every panel. (The schedule lists me as getting a break during the 3 pm civil and criminal litigation panel, but I'm filling in for a late scratch there, so you'll have to see my face on that one too.) The PLI Supreme Court Review takes place live in New York City and also streams live; it's later available on demand. This one requires a substantial registration fee, but it provides a whole lot of CLE credit and there are tuition waivers available for certain pro bono practitioners.