Please join the ACLU of Illinois, ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter, and Mayer Brown on Monday, October 3 at 12:00 PM at Chicago-Kent College of Law and virtually, for our annual Supreme Court event. The most recent U.S. Supreme Court term was the most conservative in a century and the catastrophic decisions handed down included cases on abortion, religious liberty, rights of residents of Puerto Rico, criminal defendants’ rights, voting rights, Indigenous rights, and free speech.
This year’s program features legal experts sharing insights on some of the major cases from last term and a look ahead to cases in the upcoming term that begins on October 3. The program also includes a discussion of trends in the Supreme Court and the federal judiciary, the importance of the fight ahead in state courts, and the ongoing repercussions of last term. Panelists will also answer audience questions.
Supreme Court Term in Review & Look Ahead
Monday, October 3, 2022
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM CT | Registration
12:00-1:30 PM CT | Program
Morris Hall at Chicago-Kent Law School, 565 W Adams St, Chicago, IL
And, streamed virtually.
Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees.
Colleen Connell, Executive Director, ACLU of Illinois
Ami Gandhi, Senior Counsel, Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights
Juan F. Perea, Curt and Linda Rodin Professor of Law and Social Justice, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Steven D. Schwinn, Professor of Law, University of Illinois Chicago Law School
Michael A. Scodro, Partner, Mayer Brown
Steve Sanders, Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
The ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter is graciously coordinating CLE credit for this event. 1.5 hours of CLE credit are pending for Illinois attorneys, please stay tuned for additional directions on receiving CLE credit.
- Full vaccination – as defined by the Center for Disease Control – against COVID-19 or a negative test within 24 hours is required prior to in-person attendance. And, all attendees must wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth while indoors, unless actively eating or drinking.
- In person capacity will be limited.
- Learn more about the ACLU of Illinois' health and safety protocols here.