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Supreme Court: Ethics and Recusals

Supreme Court: Ethics and Recusals

There is no formal law or regulation governing which ethics rules apply to Supreme Court Justices and when they should recuse themselves from participating on a case in which they may be biased or perceived to be biased. In this class, we shall look at what might cause a Justice to be biased. We will review actual cases when Justices did recuse themselves as well as cases where it appears they should have but did not. 

Cosponsored by Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University (OLLI Mason).

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Ben Gold served for 18 years as a docent at the Supreme Court and over the past 20 years has taught many classes at OLLI about the history of the Court and classes discussing ongoing cases. He holds a BA in Political Science from Stanford University and an MS in Computer Science.

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ABOUT OLLI MASON

OLLI Mason provides intellectual and cultural experiences to curious individuals. Learn more at OLLI.gmu.edu.

INVITE

This program is appropriate for ages 18+. Register by clicking on the "Begin Registration" button. A Zoom link will be emailed two days before start of each program. 

Related LibGuide: Adults and 50-Plus by Fairfax County Public Library (Admin)

Date:
Wednesday, February 14, 2024
Time:
2:15pm - 3:40pm
Library Branch:
Virtual Event
Categories:
Presentation/Performance Virtual Program
Audience:
  Adults     Older Adults  
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
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