Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals hears oral arguments at Louisville Law
On Jan. 30, 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit heard oral arguments in the University of Louisville School of Law's historic Allen Court Room.
The panel, composed of Judge John Bush, Judge Chad Readler and Judge Jeffrey Sutton, heard three sets of oral arguments.
It was the second time in recent years that the Court heard arguments at Louisville Law; in 2018, Judge Bush, Judge John Nalbandian and Judge Amul Thapar heard oral arguments in four cases.
After the arguments, the judges participated in a Q&A session with Louisville Law students, where they discussed their career paths, how to write effective briefs and what judges look for in clerks. Both the arguments and the Q&A session were well-attended by law students.