The Cato Institute held a day-long symposium Tuesday to review the Supreme Court’s recent term and preview their upcoming docket for the new term.
Panels examined the health care decision, as well as criminal law and property rights cases from the court's last term. A final panel previewed the court's next term and key cases coming up, including the University of Texas affirmative action case and the 4th Amendment unreasonable search case.
Speakers included: former Solicitor General Paul Clement, who argued against the health care law last term, and SCOTUS blog’s Tom Goldstein.
The Supreme Court begins its new term on Monday, October 1st.