One for the Books – SCOTUS 2023-24 Term (Presented by the Federal Bar Association Professional Development Committee Appellate Law)

Amy Howe
Amy Howe
SCOTUSblog

Amy Howe has spent over two decades following the Supreme Court, first as a lawyer and now as a journalist.

Nathan D. Stump
Nathan D. Stump
Schlichter Bogard LLP

Nathan Stump is a partner at Schlichter Bogard LLP, a mid-sized plaintiffs’ firm in St. Louis.

Live Video-Broadcast: August 1, 2024
One for the Books – SCOTUS 2023-24 Term (Presented by the Federal Bar Association Professional Development Committee Appellate Law)
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Program Summary

The Supreme Court's 2023-24 term is proving to be one for the history books, with rulings on issues ranging from presidential immunity and abortion ot gun rights and the future of the administrative state. Amy Howe will break down the court's decisions in these cases, as well as other major rulings. Amy has a blog: Howe on the Court, and is an independent contractor and report for SCOTUSBlog, a website devoted to coverage of the US Supreme Court. Learn her perspective on the 2023-24 term.

Presented by the Professional Development Committee

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Cases before the Supreme Court of the United States during its 2023-24 term
  • How to analyze the court

Date / Time: August 1, 2024

  • 2:00 pm – 3:15 pm Eastern
  • 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm Central
  • 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm Mountain
  • 11:00 am – 12:15 pm Pacific

Closed-captioning available

Speakers

Amy Howe_myLawCLEAmy Howe, Co-founder | SCOTUSblog

Amy Howe has spent over two decades following the Supreme Court, first as a lawyer and now as a journalist. Amy is a co-founder of SCOTUSblog, a blog devoted to coverage of the Supreme Court and the first blog ever to receive a Peabody Award. Until September 2016, Amy served as the editor and a reporter for SCOTUSblog; she continues to serve as an independent contractor and reporter for SCOTUSblog. She primarily writes for her eponymous blog, Howe on the Court. Before turning to full-time journalism, she served as counsel in over two dozen merits cases at the Supreme Court and argued two cases there. From 2004 until 2011, she co-taught Supreme Court litigation at Stanford Law School; from 2005 until 2013, she co-taught a similar class at Harvard Law School. She has also served as an adjunct professor at American University’s Washington College of Law and Vanderbilt Law School. Amy is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and holds a master’s degree in Arab Studies and a law degree from Georgetown University.

 

Nathan D. Stump_myLawCLENathan D. Stump, Partner | Schlichter Bogard LLP

Nathan Stump is a partner at Schlichter Bogard LLP, a mid-sized plaintiffs’ firm in St. Louis. His practice focuses on complex class action lawsuits filed in federal courts across the country. Before joining the firm in 2021, Nathan served for over 14 years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, first in the Middle District of Alabama and later in the Southern District of Illinois. During his tenure as a federal prosecutor, Nathan led hundreds of civil and criminal prosecutions against individuals and corporations, primarily in cases involving children, the elderly, and other vulnerable victims. He began his legal career as a commercial litigator at large law firms in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

Nathan is also a founding member and the current president of the Southern District of Illinois chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Over the years, he has lectured audiences on a wide range of topics, including trial advocacy, digital evidence, and the ethical use of social media. He received his law degree from the University of Michigan and is licensed to practice law in Missouri, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., and Virginia.

Agenda

I. Course review and learning objectives – Nathan Stump, moderator | 2:00pm – 2:10pm

II. Amy Howe will detail the cases that US Supreme Court heard in its 2023-24 term, and their provide insights on the Court | 2:10pm – 3:00pm

III. Q&A * Please be advised that this 15-minute session does not qualify for CLE credits * | 3:00pm – 3:15pm