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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
|Much is unknown about how the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett will affect the presidential election. (Photo/Pixabay)|
|The focus should be on how the nominee's beliefs may conflict with constitutional or civil rights, says Professor Nomi Stolzenberg.|
|The addition of a conservative judge shifts the balance of power on the court, says Professor Sam Erman.|
|Though Justices Roberts and Gorsuch joined liberal justices on recent decisions on sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination, a new majority could bring different resutls, says Professor David Cruz.|
|Will the new justice affect the presidential election? The legitimacy of the court could be in peril, says Professor Franita Tolson, vice dean for faculty and academic affairs.|
Saks sums up advice in two words: "To listen"
BLSA, alumni explore impact of recent protests on legal profession
September 25, 2020
The August event was titled "Turning the Tide: Utilizing the Momentum of Today to Further the Progress of Tomorrow"
Diversity and inclusion expert, Gould alum takes the lead at USC
September 25, 2020
John Iino brings his talents to lead the USC Alumni Board of Governors