|DATE AND TIME||TEAM||ROOM||JUDGE||JUDGE||JUDGE||JUDGE||JUDGE|
|Wed. September 23|
|10:00AM - 12:00PM||Hassell||Sara Zeimer (after 10:10)||Demi (after 10:10)||Maxim Gorb (after 10:10)|
|7:30PM - 8:30PM||Health Law (Respondent)||Mel Rake||Kimberly Macey||Hannah Diamond||CJ Connolly||Madison Boucher|
|Thu. September 24|
|10:00AM - 11:30AM||Emory Civil Rights||CLOSED||Sean Ross MIT||CLOSED||CLOSED||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|12:00PM - 1:00PM||Hassell||Cecilia Grimaldi||Rachel Winer||Madison Boucher||Mariya Waheed||Demiana Khoury|
|6:30PM - 8:00PM||Hassell||CLOSED|
CJ Connolly & Michael Guan
1. Do limitations on the First Amendment exist that permit a public service agency to not enter into a contract that allows a private entity to discriminate based on sexual orientation while certifying foster families pursuant to state-mandated criteria?
2. Are the conditions placed on a religious agency's ability to voluntarily contract with the government to perform a public function on that agency's compliance with key program requirements that allegedly contradict the agency's religious beliefs constitutional under the First Amendment?
Last practice October 6.
Nathan Guerrero & Nikayla Johnson
1. Whether the district court properly considered Fauci's novel legal argument which was not submitted to or considered by the magistrate judge.
2. Whether Spicy Peach's website is a place of public accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act in whole or in part.
Last practice October 13.
Mattie Hasset, Erin Livinghouse and Michael Lenett
Does Executive Order 2020-16, which requires the wearing of masks due to COVID-19, validly exercise state police powers and not unreasonably restrict Petitioner’s Fourteenth Amendment rights? Is Petitioner a qualified individual with a disability who does not pose a direct threat under Title I of the Americans With Disabilities Act thereby mandating her employers to accommodate her inability to wear a face mask?
Last practice November 5.