Events | Supreme Court Preview of the 2023-2024 Term

The Supreme Court returns October 2 for its 2023–2024 Term, and the justices will hear cases on a number of important issues: separation of powers, nondelegation, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Seventh Amendment right to a jury trial, Second Amendment, Fifth Amendment double jeopardy clause, immigration, racial gerrymandering, and more.

For instance, in Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, the Court will return to the question of whether Chevron should be overruled. In Securities and Exchange Commission v. Jarkesy, the Court will grapple with three questions which include, inter alia, whether statutory provisions empowering the SEC to seek criminal penalties through agency adjudication violate the Seventh Amendment right to a jury trial. In Muldrow v. City of St. Louis, the Court will decide whether Title VII prohibits discriminatory transfer decisions absent a court determination that the transfer significantly disadvantaged the employee. And in O’Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier and Lindke v. Freed, the Court will determine when a public official blocking an individual on the official’s personal social media account constitutes state action.

Please join us for a lively discussion with two distinguished Supreme Court litigators, and former Solicitors General, about what could potentially unfold in the next Supreme Court term.

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