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On the Docket Special Publications for the October 2017 Term

The October 2017 Supreme Court term has now begun. On the Docket will be posting several special publications to get everyone geared up for the bench’s full docket with a full court.

To view previews of the first month of arguments, click here!

The Department of Justice and Department of Education have formally reversed the Obama Administration’s joint guidance on Title VII. What does that mean for Gavin Grimm and others like him? Professor W. Burlette Carter revisits the Grimm case to shed some light: click here.

On September 13, The George Washington Law School held a panel previewing some of the October 2017 Term’s cases. Panelists included Professors Jonathan Turley and Jeffrey Rosen from GW Law, Ms. Sherrilyn Ifill from the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, and Mr. Gregory Garre, former Solicitor General. The panel was moderated by GW Law’s Dean Alan Morrison. Panelists discussed the issues presented in Trump v. International Refugee Assistance Project, Gill v. Whitford, Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute, and Masterpiece Cakeshop. Panelists also reviewed some of the cases pending a decision on petitions for certiorari. To read the full transcript and watch the full video, click here!

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