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Supreme Court Experts Available to Comment on Sotomayor Nomination

As the confirmation process for Judge Sonia Sotomayor moves forward, American University and AU Washington College of Law constitutional law experts are available to comment on the impact of her nomination, potential barriers to her confirmation, and what effect she could have on the dynamics of the Supreme Court.

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News Sources on Supreme Court; Sonia Sotomayor from Both a Hispanic and Historical Perspective

Reporters who are looking for expert perspectives on Judge Sonia Sotomayor, President Obama's nominee to replace Justice David Souter on the Supreme Court, should consider Johns Hopkins University Adam Segal, director of the Hispanic Voter Project, and Joel Grossman, professor of political science.

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Experts Available to Discuss Souter's Replacement

Two University of Virginia law professors, experts on the Supreme Court and the Constitution, are available to discuss likely successors to David Souter and how the court may change.

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Experts Discuss Souter's Retirement, Balance of Power on the Supreme Court

Three Texas Tech experts can comment on what most likely will happen next as the president decides on a nominee and the Senate moves to confirm.

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Indiana Law Professor Comments on Supreme Court Religious Expression Case

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The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in Pleasant Grove City v. Summum, in which a group called the Summum church wants to be able to erect a religious monument in a Utah city park. Daniel O. Conkle, professor at the Indiana University School of Law--Bloomington, says the Court's decision could turn on whether it sees the monument as private or government speech.

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U.S. Supreme Court 2008 Term Law Experts

Florida State University College of Law experts, some of the best legal minds in the nation, are available to discuss cases that will be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court during its upcoming term.

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Law Professor Available for Comment on Second Amendment and Right to Bear Arms

Tulane University law professor Ray Diamond, an expert on Constitutional Law and especially the Second Amendment, is available for comment on District of Columbia v. Heller. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to hand down a decision on June 26, 2008.

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Gonzales v. Oregon: Health Law Expert Can Offer Perspective

A Saint Louis University health care lawyer and ethicist, one of the foremost experts on pain and the law, is available to discuss the ramifications of Gonzales v. Oregon.

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Supreme Court Nomination Expert Available

Author and Rowan University political science professor Dr. Larry Butler thinks Judge Samuel Alito's nomination may trigger a political bloodbath.

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Samuel Alito, Jr. Nominated to the Supreme Court: Experts and Comments

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The following University of Maryland experts are available to comment on President Bush's nomination of 3rd Circuit Court Judge Samuel Alito, Jr. to the Supreme Court.







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