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After two terms largely devoid of blockbuster rulings, October Term 2017 is packed with consequential cases set to shape constitutional jurisprudence for years to come. Our guests (Thomas Wolf, Brennan Center for Justice; Rick Hills, NYU School of Law; Chris Baker, Baker Curtis & Schwartz; Jim Harper, Competitive Enterprise Institute) chat about a few of the most prominent issues: Whether the time is ripe for a political Gerrymandering doctrine, whether wedding cake making is expressive conduct (and if it matters), whether the Fourth Amendment is up to speed with modern technology, and whether employee arbitration clauses can survive a new, NLRA-based challenge.


Brian Cardile

Daily Journal Staff Writer

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