The Supreme Court Forum (SCF) (previously known as the Supreme Court Reading Group) hosts small, seminar-style events throughout the year that bring together students and a distinguished guest to talk about a recent or upcoming Supreme Court case. All attendees read excerpts of key Supreme Court opinions, briefs, articles, or transcripts prior to the seminar to facilitate an informed discussion. It’s a great opportunity to kick back, have a drink, and talk SCOTUS with amazing NYU professors, judges, and practitioners.
All events are open to currently enrolled JD/LLM students. Two weeks before an event, we send out a link to an attendee lottery system, and selected attendees will be notified ahead of the event. If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCF Board Members
This Year's Events
Lunch with Professor David Simson: Race discrimination and causation - Comcast Corp. v. National Association of African American-Owned Media
Lunch with Professor Ashley Armstrong: Asylum and the "third country transit ban" - Barr v. East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
Lunch with Professor Rachel Barkow: Unanimous jury verdict guarantee - Ramos v. Louisiana
Dinner with Dean Trevor Morrison: Subpoenaing the President's private records - Trump v. Vance; Trump v. Mazars USA, LLP; Trump v. Deutsche Bank AG (cancelled due to COVID-19 health concerns)
Undue Burdens: Reproductive Rights at the Court (Co-Sponsored with ACS, Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network, If/When/How, Law Women, and WoCC) (cancelled due to COVID-19 health concerns)
Last Year's Events
Dinner with Professor Samuel Issacharoff: Partisan gerrymandering - Rucho v. Common Cause
Lunch with Professor Nancy Morawetz: DACA rescission - Dep't of Homeland Sec. v. Regents of the University of California
Lunch with Professor Adam Samaha: Upcoming Second Amendment case - New York State Rifle & Pistol v. City of New York
Lunch with Professor Adam Cox: 2020 census citizenship question - Dep't of Commerce v. New York