SCOTUS 101: Social Distancing SCOTUS Style

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SCOTUS 101: Social Distancing SCOTUS Style

Mar 20th, 2020 1 min read

Commentary By

Elizabeth Slattery @EHSlattery

Legal Fellow and Appellate Advocacy Program Manager, Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies

Tiffany Bates @TiffanyHBates

Former Legal Policy Analyst at The Heritage Foundation

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Elizabeth and Tiffany talk about how courts are practicing social distancing and what may happen with the delayed SCOTUS cases. Elizabeth also recently chatted with Benjamin Beaton, a card-carrying Fed Soc member who clerked for the Notorious RBG. Tune in for Supreme Trivia—Learned 6th Edition. Elizabeth tries to stump Benjamin on his knowledge of his “home court,” the 6th Circuit.  

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