President Donald Trump appears poised to cement a supermajority of conservative justices on the nation’s highest court. On Saturday he nominated Amy Coney Barrett, a federal appeals court judge, to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat. Goodwin Appellate Litigation co-chair William Jay discusses how a conservative philosophy doesn’t necessarily mean a pro-business outcome. Read the article in Barron’s here.
In The Press September 25, 2020