An Elegy for the Voting Rights Act

An Elegy for the Voting Rights Act

Update: 2021-07-031
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A Supreme Court brain trust gathers for this year’s Amicus Breakfast Table. Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Melissa Murray, professor at NYU School of Law and co-host of the podcast Strict Scrutiny; Jeffrey Fisher, Stanford Law School professor and co-director of Stanford’s Supreme Court Litigation clinic; Perry Grossman*, senior staff attorney at the New York Civil Liberties Union’s Voting Rights Project; and of course, Slate’s own Mark Joseph Stern. Together, they analyze the shape of the court and the ramification of its decisions at the end of the 2020 term. 

*Perry Grossman appeared on this podcast in a personal capacity, and views expressed do not necessarily represent the NYCLU.


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An Elegy for the Voting Rights Act

An Elegy for the Voting Rights Act

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