U.S. Supreme Court Cases: What State Trial Judges Need to Know

October 18, 2017 12 p.m. PST | Online Webcast | Tuition Free

Do you wonder what a Scalia-less Supreme Court will do? Do you lose sleep over the fact that many cases and issues hang on the balance of a shifting dynamic that nobody can predict? Do you just plain want to know how to rule based on new Supreme Court precedent? If so, this webcast is for you! The National Judicial College designed the webcast to quickly acquaint judicial learners with significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions that will impact their judicial decision-making. The expert faculty will only analyze those cases and legal issues that state trial judges will likely encounter. The webcast will also include discussion about new cases that are part of the public psyche that may be controversial in their holdings and analysis. In that respect, after attending this webcast, judicial learners will certainly be ahead of the jurisprudential curve and conversant in the effects of recent case law.

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After this webcast, the participants will be able to:

  • Analyze recent U.S. Supreme Court holdings.
  • Apply recent U.S. Supreme Court holdings to cases that appear in their courts.
  • Make better and up-to-date informed judicial decisions based on U.S. Supreme Court precedent.

Distinguished faculty

This webcast’s faculty consists of Hon. David Gersten, Partner, Gordon & Rees, Florida.

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