348 S. Fifth Street Highlands NC 28741 US

Start date: Friday, August 2 2024.


 On Friday, August 2, 2024, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Resource person: Audra Bullard - office@clehighlands.com


Every year the Supreme Court decides cases that potentially can bring about massive changes in our society. This talk will cover some of the major cases decided during the 2023-2024 term. We will put legal issues such as racial discrimination in redistricting, criminal procedure, censorship and social media, and federal regulatory power, among others into historical context while analyzing this term’s Supreme Court rulings.

Presenter: Todd Collins, Ph.D., J.D., is Steed Distinguished Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Affairs and Director of the Public Policy Institute at Western Carolina University and a licensed attorney. His research focuses on constitutional law and judicial politics.

Notes: Cancellation Policy Please let us know immediately if you are unable to attend a class. There is no refund for cancellations within two (2) weeks prior to a scheduled class. Programs that include food, beverage or art materials must be canceled within three (3) weeks prior to receive a refund. CLE reserves the right to cancel a program if the minimum enrollment has not been met or for circumstances beyond our control, and participants will be notified, a complete refund will be issued. All classes are held in the CLE Lecture Hall at the Peggy Crosby Center unless otherwise noted. In the event information has changed from the published brochure, it will be posted on our website and in our e-blasts. Addresses for “private home” venues will be provided to registrants within 2 days of the program date.

Share this activity:

Register for a drop-in class

This activity allows for drop-ins. Pick your choice in the calendar to register.


Registration available
In cart or previously purchased
Available soon
Full with wait list available