Students are organized into Crossfire Discussion groups according to their interest in the following topics: Autographed copies will be available for purchase before and after the event. From —, he was in private practice, and from — he was Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General at the U.
Senate Judiciary Committee, —, and as Chief Counsel of the committee, — Bush nominated him as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and he took his seat January 31, Additionally, the chief justice chairs the conferences where cases are discussed and tentatively voted on by the justices. Kennedy, Judge Sarah T.
Although heated debate is to be expected and, to an extent, encouragedthe conversation should not devolve into sarcastic or disrespectful remarks, inappropriate facial expressions, or personal comments of any kind.
He taught at the University of Colorado Law School.
Supervises the acquisition of books for the Law Library of the Library of Congress. She then served as a judge on the U. He received his B. Smith is a constitutional law scholar who clerked for Justice Sotomayor during the October term.
From — and —, he practiced law in Washington, D. After receiving an LL. She was born in the Bronx in New York City.
This is a tradition, rather than a constitutional responsibility of the Chief Justice; the Constitution does not require that the oath be administered by anyone in particular, simply that it be taken by the president.
He received a B. Ticketing details Tickets are no longer available. Should health care be a national or state responsibility? Looking at Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution the explicit powers of the federal governmentwhat, if any, are some "implicit" powers that you think the federal government needs in order to be effective?
If a ticket is not picked up by 2: No backpacks, briefcases, large bags, or large purses will be allowed. The United States is a very different nation today than it was when the Constitution was written in Disability or vacancy[ edit ] Under 28 USC when the Chief Justice is unable to discharge his functions, or that office is vacant, the duties are carried out by the most senior associate justice who is able to act, until the disability or vacancy ends, as chief justice.
He received an A. Department of Education, and as Chairman of the U. However, it was by no means perfect when it was written. Inat the urging of Salmon P. Attendees must present a valid Emory ID to pick up their ticket. What is the proper balance between individual liberties and public safety?
No bag check will be available. Board of Education helped to end segregation. President Washington gave him a recess appointment in Article III, Section 1which authorizes the establishment of the Supreme Court, refers to all members of the Court simply as "judges.
No cameras, flash photography, or recording will be permitted, outside pre-approved members of the media. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Since15 presidents have made a total of 22 official nominations to the position. Similarly, when associate justice William Cushing was nominated and confirmed as chief justice in Januarybut declined the office, he too remained on the Court.
As an associate justice does not have to resign his or her seat on the Court in order to be nominated as chief justice, Fortas remained an associate justice.
Additional event details Attendees wishing to submit questions for Justice Sotomayor may do so via this link. Two former associate justices subsequently returned to service on the Court as chief justice. The students do independent research on their topic in preparation for their Constitutional Crossfire Discussion.
Seniority[ edit ] John Marshallthe fourth and longest serving Chief Justice.THE SUPREME COURT is a public television series that explores the history of this fundamental American institution and goes behind the scenes to reveal the temperaments, personal beliefs and experiences of some of its most significant Justices.
Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor to participate in discussion at Emory Law By Emory University School of Law | Emory Law | August 29, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor: (Image credit: Courtesy of the Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States).
All justices of the Supreme Court. Since the Supreme Court was established inpersons have served on the Court. William O.
Douglas holds the record for longest tenure on the Court – 36 years, days, and Thomas Johnson's day tenure is the shortest. It is not uncommon for the Justices to have a discussion through the actual drafting of the opinion, with different Justices noting agreement or disagreement.
Sometimes the Justice drafting the opinion will make changes to get other Justices to agree so they can get a majority to support their opinion.
The Chief Justice is one of nine Supreme Court justices; the other eight have the title of Associate Justice. The Chief Justice, as the highest judicial officer in the country, serves as a spokesperson for the federal government's judicial branch and acts as a chief administrative officer for the federal courts.
Nine Justices make up the current Supreme Court: one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices. The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr. is the 17th Chief Justice of the United States, and there have been Associate Justices in the Court’s history.Download