In its first full term, the Roberts Court issued a number of blockbuster decisions on race and public schools, free speech, and abortion. In this special edition of Justice Talking, taped before a studio audience at the National Constitution Center, Supreme Court reporter for ABC News Jan Crawford Greenburg, Notre Dame's Richard Garnett and University of Chicago's Geoffrey Stone analyze the significant decisions of this term and tell us how the addition of two conservative Justices has affected the year's cases.
Highlights of the Supreme Court Term How Has the New Conservative Majority Affected the Court? Release Date: 7/10/2007
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Richard W. Garnett is the John Cardinal O’Hara, CSC Associate Professor of Law at Notre Dame University. His areas of research interest and expertise include school choice, church/state relations, free speech and expressive association, federalism and criminal law, and the death penalty. He previously clerked for Chief Judge Richard S. Arnold of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and Supreme Court Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist.