A POLITICS AND PROSE SALON: The Supreme Court: What Happened and What's Coming

Thursday, October 12, 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in The Den Coffeehouse at the Connecticut Ave location.

$25.00 Per Person. Includes one drink ticket for a beverage of your choice.

Join us for a focused discussion of the United States Supreme Court with Joseph Hartman of Georgetown University. We’ll cover key decisions from the 2022-2023 term and preview of some of the high-profile cases set for argument on the Court’s upcoming docket. We will also discuss the Court’s current significance, review key decisions from the Court’s recent terms, and look ahead to the cases looming on the horizon as the Nine take the bench for the new term.   As polarization continues, the United States Supreme Court plays a central role not only in American law, but also in American politics, perhaps fulfilling the prophecy of that peerless observer of American life, Alexis de Tocqueville, that “scarcely any political question arises in the United States that is not resolved, sooner or later, into a judicial question.”

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Joseph Hartman is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Government at Georgetown University, where he also serves as the Department’s Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies and the Director of the Georgetown Summer Institute in Law and Practice. He teaches courses in American constitutional law, legal and political theory, and American government. Prior to his time in the academy he spent more than a decade as a litigation attorney in private practice with a large law firm in Washington, D.C. He earned his Ph.D. in Government from Georgetown in 2015, holds a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School (1999), and a B.A. in American Government from the University of Virginia (1996). His academic and intellectual interests focus on contemporary issues relating to public and constitutional law and theories of law.

REFUND POLICY: Please note that we can issue class refunds up until seven (7) days before the first class session.