The Supreme Court:
The Changing Court and Self-Evident Truths, a look back and forward
Daniel A. Cotter
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In October 2020, a third President Trump judicial nominee was confirmed by the Senate, changing the makeup of the Court. This session will explore the history of Article III, why it left so much open, and look ahead to some ways in which this Court will likely be different than past Roberts Courts. The session will include an early look at the current term.
Daniel A. Cotter is Attorney and Counselor at Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC. Dan focuses his practices in a variety of areas of corporate law and litigation, including insurance law, complex business disputes and counseling, employment law, corporate transactions, corporate governance and compliance, and cybersecurity and privacy law. Dan served as President of The Chicago Bar Association for the 2014-2015 bar year and is former Chair of The Young Lawyers Section of The CBA. Dan was an adjunct professor at The John Marshall Law School, and has taught Insurance Law, Accounting for Lawyers and SCOTUS Judicial Biography. Dan graduated summa cum laude from The John Marshall Law School and received his B.A. in Accounting from Monmouth College, magna cum laude. Dan is a frequent writer and presenter on various topics, including the Supreme Court and rule of law, and in 2019, his book, “The Chief Justices,” was published.
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