At a recent Aspen Institute event, National Constitution Center president Jeffrey Rosen moderated a lively discussion on the recently concluded Supreme Court term.
Rosen was joined by Sherrilyn Ifill, Neal Katyal and Theodore B. Olson in a wide-ranging talk about a memorable year for the Court.
The team of legal experts debated the big decisions, partisanship on the Court, and how it all might shape the future.
Topics include affirmative action, religious liberty, campaign contribution limits, and an unusual number of unanimous decisions from the Roberts Court.
To listen to the full discussion, use the audio player below or click on the following link: Download this episode (right click and save)
You can also read a full transcript on the Aspen Institute's website.
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