If you didn’t already have it marked on your calendar, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v Bruen on Wednesday, November 3. The matter at hand involves New York City’s
may issue permitting system de facto ban on carrying a firearm in the city and is the most important Second Amendment case to come before the high court (and not be rendered moot) in over a decade.
The last time a similar case made it this far in 2019, TTAG contributor and Supreme Court bar member LKB attended the arguments in person and provided his analysis for our readers. This time, given Covid restrictions, the Court is streaming audio of the arguments which we’ll feature a live blog of that.
Then, immediately following the the conclusion of the festivities on Wednesday, we’ll convene an all-star group of legal minds to break down the arguments in a Zoom live streamed after action analysis you’ll be able to attend.
LKB will moderate the discussion of the arguments with a panel that will include . . .
Josh Blackman, professor at the South Texas College of Law, adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, nonresident scholar at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution and contributor to the Volokh Conspiracy blog at Reason.com.
Joseph Greenlee, Firearms Policy Coalition senior attorney and Director of Constitutional Studies.
Eugene Volokh, Gary T. Schwartz Distinguished Professor of Law at UCLA and proprietor of the popular Volohk Conspiracy blog at Reason.com.
Cody Wisniewski, director of the Mountain States Legal Foundation’s Center to Keep and Bear Arms.
Arguments are scheduled to get under way at 10 a.m. Eastern, 7 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday, November 3 and should take roughly an hour or so to complete. Again, we’ll have a post live blogging the arguments. The live streamed Zoom analysis with our expert panel will get under way at roughly 11:30 a.m. Eastern, 8:30 a.m. Pacific.
You won’t want to miss it.