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September 26, 2022

Experts Predict Another Transformative Supreme Court Term

By Richard Blaustein

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions in its 2021–2022 term shifted the ground under U.S. law, greatly impacting courts, governmental actions, and individuals’ rights regarding speech, religion, guns, and, most dramatically, access to abortion. Court watchers predict more consequential decisions in the upcoming term beginning this October.

Fleur Harris, Jeremy Conrad, Susannah Buell, and John Murph

September 26, 2022

Washington Lawyer Wins Two NABE Luminary Awards

For the third time in a row, the D.C. Bar’s Washington Lawyer magazine won best publication among large bars at the National Association of Bar Executives (NABE) Communication Section’s 2022 Luminary Awards in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on September 23.

Ken Randall

September 20, 2022

Conference Examines Historical and Contemporary Issues Around Vaccines

By Jeremy Conrad and John Murph

Legal and health experts, academics, and others gathered at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School on September 15–16 for the first National Vaccine Law Conference, examining the social, legal, and policy considerations associated with vaccinations from historical, current, and future perspectives.