Law of the Land

Law of the Land: The Supreme Court’s Year in Review is an annual summer program held after the end of the Supreme Court’s Term. We take you inside the Court’s major rulings and their implications on past and future cases.

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The Supreme Court’s Year In Review, 2023

July 12, 2023

The Supreme Court of the United States is the branch of government with the most mystery. The inner workings of the proceedings are mysterious and not easily understood, yet have broad social impact and provoke public debate Law of the Land breaks it all down in a comprehensive and entertaining way, taking the audience inside the Court’s major rulings of the year and their bearing on past and future cases.

In 2023, FOLCS was joined by Constitutional Law Professor at Touro Law Center, Tiffany Graham; New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent, Adam Liptak; senior legal correspondent at Slate, Dahlia Lithwick; Georgetown Law School Dean, William Treanor; and Rod Rosenstein, former U.S. Deputy Attorney General, in a lively discussion on a contentious year in review.