JEFFREY ROSEN: THE FUTURE OF THE SUPREME COURT AND THE CONSTITUTION

With the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy and the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court is at a turning point. From privacy and free speech to affirmative action and immigration, how will the court and the Constitution change as a result? Join noted constitutional scholar Jeffrey Rosen for an examination of the most hotly contested constitutional questions of our time and what they bode for the future of the country.

In addition to heading the National Constitution Center and teaching at George Washington University, Rosen is also a contributing editor of The Atlantic and former legal affairs editor of The New Republic. The Los Angeles Times has called him “the nation’s most widely read and influential legal commentator.”

Speakers
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Jeffrey Rosen
President and CEO, National Constitution Center; Professor, George Washington University Law School; Author, William Howard Taft: The American Presidents Series
Mary Cranston
Retired Senior Partner, Pillsbury Law Firm; Past Chair, Commonwealth Club Board of Governors—Moderator