What we're about
Every year the Supreme Court decides cases that affect the lives of everyone. The 9 (or so) Justices of the Court have different understandings of the Constitution and the role of law in society. This is a regular participatory workshop where we'll engage with the interesting and impactful cases in front of the court. You'll learn the different sides of issues at the core of our democracy and how to articulate your beliefs with the skill of a Justice.
This group is open to open to anyone with an open mind and an interest in building a community of people diverse viewpoints. While law will be a key part of the discussions, this meetup is meant for non-lawyers/non-law students (although of course legal folks are welcome as well). For me, the awesome part of law school was exploring interesting topics with interesting people and I hope to share that experience with others.