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    Constitutional Long Haulers: The Undiagnosed Long-Term Impact of Judicial Review on Emergency Public Health Orders [CC]

    Constitutional Long Haulers: The Undiagnosed Long-Term Impact of Judicial Review on Emergency Public Health Orders [CC]
    CLE 90 min

    Constitutional Long Haulers: The Undiagnosed Long-Term Impact of Judicial Review on Emergency Public Health Orders [CC]

    The judiciary's role in reviewing the scope of state authority to design emergency response measures to an emerging and ongoing crisis is the subject of this program. The unique format will highlight the legal and structural issues revealed by litigation over these measures.

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    The program begins with a mock argument. A state solicitor will present first (former General Counsel and current Chief of State to the Office of the Governor, followed by a civil liberties advocate (former Deputy Assistant Attorney General and current professor of Heath and Biomedical Law). The mock argument and questions posed by the court will highlight issues common to COVID-19 litigation. A panel of three judges (Georgia and New Mexico Supreme Court Justices and a Professor in Public Health Law from Boston University) will then hold a mock conference to discuss these issues. The scope of this presentation goes beyond public health orders to scrutinize how our democratic form of government is set up to deal with emergency authority in general. Cases challenging those measures raise larger questions about separation of powers, allocation of authority between state and local government, use of scientific evidence, administrative review, and the appropriate standard of review to apply in analyzing a government's response to a declared crisis. We hope you can join us for this informative and engaging program.

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