Public Law in the States: The Work of State Supreme Courts

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Tripp Commons, Memorial Union
@ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The State Democracy Research Initiative invites you to please join us for Public Law in the States: The Work of State Supreme Courts on Friday, June 2nd from 1:30-3:00pm Central Time. This event has been approved for 1.5 Wisconsin CLE Credits.
This panel will highlight the perspectives of state supreme court justices from across the country. Participating jurists will explore the role and work of state supreme courts. Topics of discussion will include how state court systems are distinctive, how state-level approaches to adjudication might differ from federal approaches, and aspects of state law that warrant greater attention from scholars and the public.

Featured State Supreme Court Justices

The State Democracy Research Initiative is delighted to welcome Justice Jennifer Brunner (Ohio Supreme Court), Chief Justice Elizabeth Clement (Michigan Supreme Court), Justice Leondra Kruger (California), Justice Anne McKeig (Minnesota Supreme Court), and Vice Chief Justice Ann Timmer (Arizona Supreme Court) for this discussion.
Pictures of the various state supreme court justices that will be attending the judicial panel. These include Justice Jennifer Brunner, Chief Justice Elizabeth Clement, Justice Leondra Kruger, Justice Anne McKeig, and Vice Chief Justice Ann Timmer.

Black and white photo of the Wisconsin state Capitol, along with the event title and information in white text over a transparent red rectangle