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A Hill to Die On: Federal Court Reform in the 2020s

Symposium Foreword by Daniel P. Suitor. Full Text.

Is the Federal Judiciary broken and, if so, what can we do to fix it?

To that end, Minnesota Law Review hosted its annual Symposium on March 25, 2022. Titled “A Hill to Die On: Federal Court Reform in the 2020s,” the event gathered some of the country’s leading thinkers, writers, and broadcasters studying the structure and operation of the Article III courts. Across three wide-ranging discussions, the Symposium’s participants attempted to answer the overarching inquiries by investigating the Supreme Court, lower federal courts, and the current events surrounding them.

Read Volume 106 Symposium Articles Editor Daniel Suitor’s foreword to the Symposium isse.