Supreme Court Analysis

The paper should address the following: Issues & Relevant Facts (1 page): Who are the parties? What issue(s) are before the Supreme Court? What are the relevant facts? What courts, if any, reviewed the case before it reached the Supreme Court? Reasoning/Holding (1 page): What did the Court decide? Why did it decide the way that it did? Were there any concurring or dissenting opinions? If so, what were they? How did the concurring or dissenting opinions differ from the majority opinion? Reflection (1-2 pages): Provide your personal reflection on this decision. From your perspective, was the case decided correctly? If yes, why and if not, why not? What does the decision mean for social work practice or social justice? How is the country different after the opinion? What is the impact of the decision? Note: There are numerous websites that make SCOTUS opinions available on the web. Here are two of them: SCOTUS Blog Oyez is a free law project from Cornell’s Legal Information Institute (LII), Justia, and Chicago-Kent College of Law—is a multimedia archive devoted to making the Supreme Court of the United States accessible to everyone.

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