Yesterday the Law School was pleased to host Hannah Clayson Smith as she delivered the Honored Alumni Lecture. Her lecture focused on religious freedom and her work with the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty. If you attended the lecture you heard her talk several times about the Hosanna-Tabor case, especially its oral argument before the Supreme Court. That got me thinking about one of my favorite legal websites – Oyez. Cameras still aren’t allowed in the Supreme Court, but audio recorders are and Oyez is the place to find audio of Supreme Court oral arguments. So, if you’re interested in hearing the oral argument in Hosanna-Tabor you can find it here.
As a member of the law school you will likely hear a lot about our founding Dean and former United States Solicitor General, Rex Lee. To get a sense of why he’s considered such a great advocate, you can listen to his oral arguments before the Supreme Court here.