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Preview of Next Supreme Court Term
Posted By Elizabeth Slattery On September 17, 2013 @ 9:00 am In Front Page,Legal | Comments Disabled
Monday, October 7, marks the beginning of the Supreme Court’s next term. The last term included a number of high-profile cases involving voting rights, same-sex marriage, drug-sniffing dogs, and racial preferences in college admissions. So what is on deck for this next term?
There are a number of cases already lined up. Some of the potentially big cases are:
How will these cases play out? Did any trends emerge from last term that will affect the upcoming term? To learn more about the 2013–2014 term, join us at Heritage on Tuesday, September 24 , at noon or watch online  for the third-annual Supreme Court Preview. Former Solicitor General Paul Clement and prominent appellate lawyer and blogger John Elwood will discuss how the next term is likely to unfold. This event is part of the Preserve the Constitution  series. Check out all the events here .
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