"Egregiously wrong from the start,” the Supreme Court wrote of Roe v. Wade. “Discrimination against religion,” it said of Maine’s bar on taxpayer funding of religious schools. From overturning Roe, to holding that a New York gun law could not withstand the Second Amendment, to striking down workplace COVID-19 vaccine mandates, it was a seismic 2021–2022 term at the nation’s high court. What was behind these headline-generating decisions? What are the legal implications? Where might the Court go next? In this program, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education faculty will examine the cases shaping the future of the law—and the future of the United States.
WilmerHale Senior Counsel Neal Quenzer will be speaking on the panel titled "Religious Rights; Ramirez v. Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice, Carson v. Makin, Kennedy v. Bremerton School District."