Introducing FOLCS Headlines, the latest event series to join our queue of engaging programming. FOLCS Headlines is a mini-series designed to address the hot-button issues of the week that just can’t be kept off the front page, or out of our dinner table conversations. When a social, political, legal, or cultural landmark seems too vast to untangle, join FOLCS for a half-hour conversation with an expert on the topic at hand.
In this debut installment, FOLCS addressed the recent abortion arguments as heard before the Supreme Court. Abortion is of course highly emotional and personal matter, though it remains an issue long shrouded in fear, politicization, and questions of both autonomy and constitutionality. On Thursday, December 9th, 2021 FOLCS was joined by New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent Adam Liptak, to break down the week’s Supreme Court arguments and the future of reproductive rights.
Supreme Court Correspondent, New York Times
Adam Liptak covers the Supreme Court for The New York Times. A graduate of Yale College and Yale Law School, he practiced law for 14 years before joining The Times’s news staff in 2002. In 2007, he began writing “Sidebar,” a column on legal affairs. In 2008, he became the paper’s Supreme Court correspondent.
Liptak was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in explanatory reporting in 2009. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
He has taught courses on the Supreme Court and the First Amendment at the University of Chicago Law School, New York University School of Law and Yale Law School.