2021 Supreme Court Preview

FRIDAY, 9/10
SATURDAY, 9/11

Schedule of Events 

Registration

Register for the event here!

As part of your registration for the Supreme Court Preview you agree to comply with all COVID-19 mandates and restrictions imposed by William & Mary at the time of the conference, September 10-11, 2021.  These restrictions may include masking and/or vaccination. Currently, faculty, staff, and students are required to be vaccinated, and everyone, including visitors, must wear face masks while inside all University spaces. As an attendee of the Supreme Court Preview, failure to comply with the applicable university restrictions at the time of the Preview will result in dismissal from the event without reimbursement of registration fee.  Thank you for your efforts to keep our community safe.

An inherent risk of exposure to harmful pathogens like COVID-19 exists where people gather for events such as this one. Due to the contagious nature of COVID-19, William & Mary requests that all attendees follow the posted guidelines while participating in the event. By choosing to attend this event, you are acknowledging the risks, your willingness to assume those risks and your agreement to abide by the applicable health and safety measures that are in place at the time of this event.

As we move forward, our planning must necessarily be flexible and will, as it has over the last 18 months, be based on current health data. We will provide updates about any impacts COVID-19 guidelines may have on events. For the latest information on W&M’s pandemic response, please visit the Path Forward website.

We are pleased to be livestreaming the 2021 Preview on zoom as well as holding events in person, so you can still learn from our panelists (and ask them questions through a moderator) even if you are unable to travel to Williamsburg or are unable to comply with applicable university COVID restrictions. 

The Preview has been approved for 7.5 CLE credits. Tickets for William & Mary students, faculty, and those attending virtually who are not seeking CLE credits are free. Tickets for those who are seeking CLE credits, and/or wish to attend in person are $400. 

2021 List of Participants

Robert Barnes (Washington Post)

Stephanos Bibas (US Court of Appeals, Third Circuit)

Joan Biskupic (CNN)

Jess Bravin (Wall Street Journal)

Beth Brinkmann (Covington & Burling)

Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl (William & Mary Law School)

Erwin Chemerinsky (UC Berkeley School of Law)

Katherine Mims Crocker (William & Mary Law School)

Walter Dellinger (O'Melveny & Myers)

Neal Devins (William & Mary Law School)

Jeffrey Fisher (Stanford University Law School)

Rebecca Green (William & Mary Law School)

Pamela Harris (US Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit)

Pamela Karlan (Department of Justice)

Allison Orr Larsen (William & Mary Law School)

Adam Liptak (New York Times)

Patricia Millett (US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit)

Erin Murphy (Kirkland & Ellis)

Melissa Murray (NYU Law)

Kevin Newsom (US Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit)

Andrew Pincus (Mayer Brown)

David Savage (Los Angeles Times)

Pratik A. Shah (Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP)

Kannon Shanmugam (Paul | Weiss)

Paul Smith (Campagin Legal Center)

Martina Stewart (USA Today)

Greg Stohr (Bloomberg)

Meaghan VerGow (O'Melveny & Myers)

Stephen Vladeck (University of Texas School of Law)

Jeffrey B. Wall (Sullivan & Cromwell)

Tiffany Wright (Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP/ Howard University)

Timothy Zick (William & Mary Law School)