Sarah Konsky Discusses the History of the Supreme Court on WBEZ’s The Rundown

Why are we talking about SCOTUS so much?

It seems like the Supreme Court is making more and more landmark decisions affecting Americans’ day-to-day lives. To explain the court’s role in democracy – how it started from the bottom and how it’s here – we spoke with Sarah Konsky, a law professor at the University of Chicago and the director of the university’s Jenner & Block Supreme Court and Appellate Clinic. She explains how the court is using its power more often and whether the other branches of government are pushing back.

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