Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates recap Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s speech to the Federalist Society and this week’s oral argument in the DACA case. Elizabeth also chats with law professor Josh Blackman about his new book, 100 Supreme Court Cases Everyone Should Know. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia. Tiffany’s in the hot seat!

 

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Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates discuss recent oral arguments, preview a new documentary about Justice Clarence Thomas, and answer a listener question about a case involving the infamous climate change “hockey stick” graph. Elizabeth also chats with Texas power couple Erin and Brett Busby. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – Couples edition. Elizabeth’s in the hot seat!

 

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Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates discuss public opinion of the Supreme Court, a few recent grants, and upcoming arguments. Elizabeth also chats with University of Minnesota Professor Timothy Johnson about SCOTUS Notes, his project making the justices’ conference notes accessible to the public. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – Halloween edition. Tiffany’s in the hot seat!

 

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In a special episode, Elizabeth Slattery sits down with the legendary Judge Edith Jones of the Fifth Circuit to discuss the eagle collection in her chambers, her love of Julia Child and making aspic, and a run-in with Elizabeth Warren.

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Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates discuss the Supreme Court’s new 2 minute rule and recap the week’s oral arguments. Elizabeth also chats with David Feder and Janie Nitze, former law clerks to Justice Neil Gorsuch and collaborators on his book, “A Republic, If You Can Keep It.” Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – Elizabeth’s in the hot seat!

 

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In the first episode of Season 4, Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates preview oral arguments coming up next week and discuss a trio of cases involving state abortion regulations that the justices may take up soon. Elizabeth also chats with Sarah Harrington, an alum of the Solicitor General’s office about her custom morning suit and pre-argument pump up song. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – Tiffany’s in the hot seat!

 

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Carrie Severino and Mollie Hemingway join Elizabeth Slattery to talk about their new book, “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court.” It’s not your typical beach read, but you won’t be able to put it down!

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In the season finale, Fact Checker John Malcolm joins Elizabeth Slattery to discuss the Supreme Court’s rulings on agency deference, the Census citizenship question, partisan gerrymandering, and a few cases coming up next term. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – End of Term edition!

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With just a few days left in its term, SCOTUS dropped four more decisions Friday morning. Elizabeth Slattery, Jason Snead, and Amy Swearer break down the decisions in this bonus episode.

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Heritage scholar Cully Stimson joins Elizabeth Slattery to highlight recent opinions. From the Bladensburg Peace Cross to nondelegation to redistricting, things are finally getting interesting. Elizabeth also chats with SCOTUS short lister Third Circuit Judge Thomas Hardiman. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia!

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Heritage colleague Jason Snead joins Elizabeth Slattery to slog through recent snooze-worthy opinions. Elizabeth also chats with Ed Whelan and Chris Scalia about “On Faith: Lessons from an American Believer.” Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia!

You can get the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Faith-Lessons-American-Believer/dp/1984823310. Or watch the Heritage book event here: https://www.heritage.org/conservatism/event/faith-lessons-american-believer.

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Heritage colleague Amy Swearer joins Elizabeth Slattery to highlight recent opinions and orders. Elizabeth also chats with Richard Brookhiser about his biography of John Marshall. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – John Marshall Edition!

You can get Richard Brookhiser’s book here: https://www.amazon.com/John-Marshall-Made-Supreme-Court/dp/0465096220.

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Elizabeth Slattery chats with D.C. Circuit Judge Patricia Millett about her record-breaking career in the Solicitor General’s Office, how she got into Tae Kwon Do, and what it was like watching her former colleague Brett Kavanaugh endure a brutal Supreme Court confirmation.

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Elizabeth Slattery chats with Fifth Circuit Judge Don Willett about how he learned he was on President Trump’s Supreme Court short list, where to find the best BBQ in Austin, and why he walked away from Twitter.

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Fellow Heritage scholar Tom Jipping joins Elizabeth Slattery to talk about abortion, capital punishment, and iPhones. Elizabeth also chats with CNN’s Joan Biskupic about what goes on behind closed doors at the Supreme Court and her new book about Chief Justice John Roberts. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – Capital Punishment Edition.

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The justices are hard at work writing their opinions in the remaining cases from this term. In this bonus episode, former Solicitor General and G.O.A.T. Paul Clement discusses how each new justice changes the Supreme Court. He also shares his tips for getting the Court to overturn its past cases.

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Elizabeth Slattery briefly hits this week’s SCOTUS headlines before diving into a recent interview with bank-robber-turned-law-professor Shon Hopwood. He shares about his experience writing cert. petitions from prison, clerking for Judge Janice Rogers Brown, and meeting Kim Kardashian.

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Fellow Heritage scholar Hans von Spakovsky joins Elizabeth Slattery to talk about the Title VII sex discrimination cases coming to SCOTUS next term and the oral argument in a case challenging the Trump Administration’s plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census. Elizabeth also chats with 10th Circuit Judge Joel Carson about UFOs, livestock auctions, and more. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia – Judge Carson is in the hot seat!

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Kevin Daley from the Daily Caller joins Elizabeth Slattery to dispel an RBG conspiracy theory and break down a “scandalous” Supreme Court oral argument. Elizabeth also chats with Jamil Jaffer from GMU’s Scalia Law School. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia!

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Sean Marotta from Hogan Lovells (and #AppellateTwitter fame) joins Elizabeth Slattery to talk about the Supreme Court’s death penalty decision and why the Kansas Attorney General’s office will have a very busy summer. Elizabeth also chats with Brianne Gorod of the Constitutional Accountability Center about progressive originalism. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia!

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