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Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023

Product ID: CA3526M
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Constitutional clarity?

In its 2022-2023 term, The U.S. Supreme Court issued decisions on some of the hottest topics in modern constitutional law, including redistricting, First Amendment questions, and affirmative action in college admissions. And the cases already on its 2023-2024 calendar indicate we could have another year of historic decisions. At the Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023, find out how recent opinions and other timely issues are shaping the present and future, including:

  • Updates on election administration and access to voting in the wake of cases like Moore v. Harper1
  • If and how affirmative action can be used outside the college admissions context
  • The Court’s abortion jurisprudence from Roe to Dobbs
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OnDemand seminar

Pricing

Member $239.00

Non-Member $319.00

Credits

6 CLE

Date and Time

Thursday, December 07, 20238:30 AM - 2:45 PM CT

Add to Calendar 12/7/2023 8:30:00 AM 12/7/2023 2:45:00 PM America/Chicago Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023

Constitutional clarity?

In its 2022-2023 term, The U.S. Supreme Court issued decisions on some of the hottest topics in modern constitutional law, including redistricting, First Amendment questions, and affirmative action in college admissions. And the cases already on its 2023-2024 calendar indicate we could have another year of historic decisions. At the Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023, find out how recent opinions and other timely issues are shaping the present and future, including:

  • Updates on election administration and access to voting in the wake of cases like Moore v. Harper1
  • If and how affirmative action can be used outside the college admissions context
  • The Court’s abortion jurisprudence from Roe to Dobbs
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Constitutional clarity?

In its 2022-2023 term, The U.S. Supreme Court issued decisions on some of the hottest topics in modern constitutional law, including redistricting, First Amendment questions, and affirmative action in college admissions. And the cases already on its 2023-2024 calendar indicate we could have another year of historic decisions. At the Annual Constitutional Law Symposium 2023, find out how recent opinions and other timely issues are shaping the present and future, including:

  • Updates on election administration and access to voting in the wake of cases like Moore v. Harper1
  • If and how affirmative action can be used outside the college admissions context
  • The Court’s abortion jurisprudence from Roe to Dobbs
Read More ↓

Program Chairs and Presenters:

Chad Baruch
Johnston Tobey Baruch
Dallas, TX

Grant C. Killoran
O'Neil, Cannon, Cannon, DeJong & Laing, S.C.
Milwaukee

Ian A.J. Pitz
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
Madison

Presenters:

Seth E. Dizard
O'Neil Cannon Hollman DeJong & Laing, S.C.
Milwaukee

Jessica Haskell
O'Neil Cannon Hollman DeJong & Laing, S.C.
Milwaukee

Jason R. Meehan
O'Neil Cannon Hollman DeJong & Laing, S.C.
Milwaukee

Douglas M. Poland
Stafford Rosenbaum LLP
Madison

Erica N. Reib
O'Neil Cannon Hollman DeJong & Laing, S.C.
Milwaukee

8:30 a.m. Roe to Dobbs: A Summary of the US Supreme Court’s Abortion Jurisprudence

  • Summary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Roe and Dobbs
  • History of intervening decisions and shifting coalitions among the justices

Chad Baruch

9:30 a.m. Updates in Election Administration and Access to Voting

Douglas M. Poland

10:30 a.m. Break

10:45 a.m. Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. Harvard: The Current State of the Use of Race in College Admissions

  • The history of the law governing the use of race in college admissions
  • A discussion of the Students for Fair Admissions decision
  • The possible implications of the Students for Fair Admissions decision on college admissions and beyond

Grant C. Killoran, Jason R. Meehan, Erica N. Reib

11:45 a.m. Lunch Break (on your own)

12:45 p.m. Constitutional Issues in Chapter 128 Receiverships

  • Preemption of Chapter 128 by federal bankruptcy law
  • Privilege against self-incrimination and Chapter 128's immunity statute
  • Full faith and credit clause, doctrine of comity, and receivership injunctions

Seth E. Dizard, Jessica Haskell

1:45 p.m. Unprecedented: Constitutional Implications of Presidential Prosecutions

Ian A.J. Pitz

2:45 p.m. Program Concludes

  • Assess the implications of major cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2023
  • Examine the status of abortion and reproductive health post-Dobbs
  • Discuss the constitutional implications of a presidential prosecution
  • Analyze how affirmative action has and will continue to be impacted by recent decisions
  • Understand constitutional matters involved in Wisconsin Chapter 128 receiverships
  • Individual rights and liberties lawyers
  • Criminal law practitioners
  • Public interest lawyers
  • Government lawyers

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