Suzanna Sherry

  • Constitutionality of Constitution Day debated at forum

    Constitutionality of Constitution Day debated at forum

    When Vanderbilt\'s administration contacted Law School Dean Ed Rubin about a new federal requirement requiring that every educational institution receiving federal funds celebrate Constitution Day, Rubin initially considered submitting a list of constitutional law classes currently in session. Read More

    Sep. 22, 2005

  • O‘Connor Retirement: Vanderbilt Experts

    O‘Connor Retirement: Vanderbilt Experts

    Vanderbilt professors Suzanna Sherry and Stefanie Lindquist are available to discuss the effects of Sandra Day O‘Connor‘s announced retirement from the U.S. Supreme Court. Read More

    Jul. 1, 2005

  • TIPSHEET: A repeat of 2000? Courts might play role in presidential race

    TIPSHEET: A repeat of 2000? Courts might play role in presidential race

    A legacy of the 2000 election is the increased likelihood that the 2004 and subsequent presidential races will end up in the courts, says Susanna Sherry, Cal Turner Professor of Law and Leadership at Vanderbilt University. Read More

    Oct. 26, 2004

  • TIPSHEET: Presidential election and the Supreme Court

    TIPSHEET: Presidential election and the Supreme Court

    There has not been a personnel change on the Supreme Court in 10 years ñ the longest the body has gone unchanged since the 1820s. If President George W. Bush replaces a liberal justice or Sen. John Kerry replaces a conservative justice, there is a significant opportunity for change within this closely divided Supreme Court, says Suzanna Sherry, Cal Turner Professor of Law and Leadership at Vanderbilt University. Read More

    Oct. 11, 2004