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The U.S. Supreme Court: Ruling in Unprecedented Times

Professor Rory Little | Constitutional Law Professor, UC Hastings

Each summer, MCBA presents Law Professor and Scotusblog contributor Rory Little, who shares his extensive knowledge of the U.S. Supreme Court docket. Professor Little clerked at the Court himself, and is a frequent NPR commentator on Supreme Court issues. Stay up-to-date on important changes in the law, and where it may be heading. He will share his insights into the justices as personalities as well as leaders of various voting blocs, and will discuss many vital constitutional and statutory issues. His analysis includes dissents and concurrences as well as the majority opinions, and some preview of what to expect at the Supreme Court next Fall.

To receive MCLE credit, you must sign in during the designated MCLE registration period, provide your CA State Bar number, and stay for the duration of the activity. This activity is approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. MCBA is a certified provider: Provider #411

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Thursday | July 23, 2020

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Speaker Information

Professor Rory Little

Constitutional Law Professor, UC Hastings

Professor Rory Little has been featured on NPR and is frequently interviewed on Supreme Court issues. After a distinguished 12-year career as a practicing litigator, criminal defense and prosecution lawyer, and appellate lawyer, he accepted a teaching position at UC Hastings in 1994. He is today a nationally recognized authority on criminal litigation ethics, federal criminal law, appellate litigation, and constitutional issues. On three occasions he has been awarded the “Best Professor” designation by the UC Hastings third-year class.

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