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Constitutional Limits and the Role of the Supreme Court: Lessons from Franklin Roosevelt’s Struggle with a Conservative Court

August 10 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am


We are proud to continue the Bill Cohn/Val Coleman Series on American Society and Culture with this timely talk by Kenneth Cohen, who will discuss what we can learn about today’Constitutional issues from Franklin Roosevelt’s struggle with a conservative court.

 Ken Cohen has taught and practiced law in Boston.  After law school, he clerked for the Chief Judge of the First Circuit federal appeals court.  He taught both Constitutional Law and the course on the federal courts at Boston University School of law, and was then for many years a partner at Goodwin Procter in Boston.  There he specialized in appellate and complex litigation. He has briefed and argued cases involving constitutional issues in federal appellate courts and state supreme courts around the country.




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8-10-24 Constitutional Limits and the Role of the Supreme Court
$ 10.00
30 available


August 10
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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