U.S. Supreme Court

What's happening with the Supreme Court? W&M Constitutional Law prof tells all

What's happening with the Supreme Court? W&M Constitutional Law prof tells all

How the Supreme Court has undergone significant changes since the presidency of Ronald Regan was the subject of William and Mary's Law Professor Neal Devin's recent talk to JCC Rotary. He is a recognized expert on the Court, having published articles concerning its progression in the Chicago, Columbia, Stanford, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia, California, William & Mary and Yale Law Reviews in recent years. In Regan's day, the Supreme Court Justices voted the way they felt about a case, with little or no regard to the party to which they belonged. Often they would come down with a verdict which was unanimous, the idea being that the populace would more readily accept decisions...

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