This week, we traveled to Chapel Hill to record a special live edition at the UNC school of law at the invitation of the UNC chapter of the Federalist Society. The episode features special guest Chris Brook of the ACLU of North Carolina as well as IJ’s very own Justin Pearson.

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Gundy: https://ij.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/SCOTUS-Gundy-v.-US-Brief-of-Amicus-Curiae-Institute-for-Justice_6.1.2018.pdf
Bladensburg Cross: http://www.ca4.uscourts.gov/Opinions/Published/152597.P.pdf
Chris Brook: https://www.acluofnorthcarolina.org/en/biographies/chris-brook
Justin Pearson: https://ij.org/staff/justin-pearson/

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