SCOTUS 101: April Fools' Day

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SCOTUS 101: April Fools' Day

Apr 2nd, 2020 1 min read

Commentary By

Elizabeth Slattery @EHSlattery

Former Legal Fellow and Appellate Advocacy Program Manager

Tiffany Bates @TiffanyHBates

Former Legal Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation

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This week, with no word about the March and April oral arguments, Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates recap the Court's latest rulings (one involves the infamous pirate, Blackbeard). They also debut their new SCOTUS book club. Elizabeth chats with 6th Circuit Judge Alice Batchelder about her love of roller coasters and her chambers' unusual dress code. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia—April Fools' Day edition.

Here's the book we're reading.

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