2022 Panel 2--Interrelationships of the Court
This year’s annual Childress Lecture, to be delivered by University of Texas School of Law Professor Stephen Vladeck, will provide both a historical introduction to and a modern reassessment of the shape and size of the Supreme Court’s docket — and will argue that both academic and public discourse about the work of the Court has increasingly failed to account for holistic shifts in the kinds of cases that the Justices are (and aren’t) choosing to decide. A proper accounting of the ‘Business of the Supreme Court,’ Professor Vladeck will argue, helps to show just how significantly the Court’s role in our legal system has changed in recent years — without almost anyone noticing.
Part 2--Interrelationships of the Court
- Josh Chafetz, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
- Daniel Epps, Treiman Professor of Law, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law
- Jennifer Mascott, Assistant Professor of Law; Co-Executive Director, The C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State, George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School
Chafetz, Josh; Epps, Daniel; and Moscott, Jennifer, "2022 Panel 2--Interrelationships of the Court" (2022). Richard J. Childress Memorial Lecture. 5.