The Changing Courts
December 13th | 11 a.m. EST

America’s judicial system is at a unique point in its history. Since 2010, the Supreme Court has been split into two partisan blocs: all Democratic appointees are liberal, while all Republicans are conservative. Over the last three decades, the ideological gap between these two groups has been widening, and Americans’ reported confidence in the Supreme Court has been declining.

What do these trends tell us about the present and what could happen in the future? National Journal’s next webinar will dive into the following questions:
  • How has the Supreme Court, and lower courts, changed in recent decades?
  • How has Donald Trump shaped America’s federal courts?
  • Which cases are on the court’s docket already—and which issues might be soon?
Join National Journal Presentation Center analysts for an in-depth discussion on America’s shifting federal courts.