Thursday July 17 - Human Rights Implications of SCOTUS Decisions in the 2014 Term

Time: 12:00pm-1:30pm

Pre-registration for this online video conference is required.  To register, click here

The Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law holds annual online debriefings to examine the human rights implications of key decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court. This year, the online debriefing will take place in the form of a video conference and it will focus on how the Court’s decisions on disability rights, international law, and reproductive rights in the 2014 term mpact U.S. adherence to its human rights obligations.

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Program Agenda

Hall v. Florida
Speaker: Professor Robert Dinerstein, American University Washington College of Law.

Bond v. United States
Speaker: Risa Kaufman, Executive Director, Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law School.

Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.
Speaker: Katrina Anderson, Human Rights Counsel, Center for Reproductive Rights.

Introduction and moderation to be provided by Lauren E. Bartlett, Director of the Center’s Local Human Rights Lawyering Project at the Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law.