SCOTUS spotlight: Life at OSG
Season 1, Ep. 3
In this week’s episode of SCOTUStalk, Sarah Harrington, a partner at Goldstein & Russell who formerly served as an assistant to the solicitor general, joins Amy Howe of Howe on the Court to talk about life in the Office of the Solicitor General.
Tom Goldstein reviews a transitional Supreme Court term
Season 3, Ep. 17
SCOTUSblog founders Amy Howe and Tom Goldstein look back on the 2020-21 term. The pair examine how Justice Amy Coney Barrett is settling in and review some of the term’s most noteworthy decisions, particularly on the First Amendment. Plus, a few predictions for next term, including on Justice Stephen Breyer’s possible retirement.
From 9th grade study hall to the Supreme Court
Season 3, Ep. 16
Anna Salvatore startedHigh School SCOTUSas a way to explain the Supreme Court’s work to high schoolers. After early success, the site has blossomed into a nationwide publication pulling in high school journalists from across the country – students like freshman Elise Spenner. Salvatore and Spenner join SCOTUStalk to discuss their work, what’s next for High School SCOTUS, and their thoughts on this term’s student speech case,Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L.
Stacey Abrams on While Justice Sleeps
Season 3, Ep. 15
Voting-rights activist and Georgia politician Stacey Abrams joins SCOTUStalk to discuss her new novel,While Justice Sleeps, a thriller about the Supreme Court. We talk with Abrams about her writing process, being told “no” multiple times for what is now aNew York Timesbestseller, and what it’s like to be one of the few women writing fiction set at the high court. Abrams also hints at what’s next for her main character -- and for her own life.