Professor Barry McDonald Discusses the US Supreme Court 2022-2023 Term -- A Gentleman's Disagreement Podcast
Professor Barry P. McDonald discussed the major cases of the US Supreme Court's 2022-2023 term on A Gentleman's Disagreement podcast. Professor McDonald analyzed the legal reasoning behind cases involving affirmative action, voting rights, independent state legislature, free speech, and student loan forgiveness.
From A Gentleman's Disgreement podcast:
We were joined once again this week by Pepperdine Law professor and constitutional law expert Barry McDonald to break down some of the major cases from the Supreme Court's term (12:08-1:03:03). We dive into the legal reasoning behind the affirmative action, voting rights, independent state legislature, free speech, and student loan forgiveness cases, and then Professor McDonald shares some of his overall thoughts on the current state of the Court and offers some potential reforms of it. Great episode for lawyers, law students, and anyone with an interest in the legal world.
The episode may be found at Apple Podcasts (Professor McDonald's discussion at 13:5)