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3.Did you feel that the justices voted along ideological lines in each of the cases? Why orwhy not?
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a.Yes. The conservatives voted in favor of the laws, and the liberals voted in favorof the people. In every court case, each respective party did exactly that.
Part 4: Profile of a Supreme Court JusticeInformation1.Elena Kagan, 20102.Professor at the University of Chicago Law School3.Private practice as an associate at Williams & Connolly Law Firm4.She completed federal Court of Appeals and Supreme Court Clerkships5.Princeton, Oxford and Harvard Law SchoolVoting Behavior1.Where does your justice fall along the judicial restraint to judicial activism continuum?
2.How can you tell where the justice is along the continuum? What written opinionsprovide clues regarding the justice’s position?
3.Is your justice’s ideology? Is he/she considered to be liberal, moderate, or conservative?
4.How can you tell the justice’s ideology? What written opinions provide clues about thejustice’s ideology?
5.With whom does your justice vote most often?
6.With whom does your justice vote least often?
8.Of all the opinions written by your justice, which are considered the most significant?Why?
a.This justice has not written opinions, but has made some significant votes incases.PaperThis paper must be 2–3 pages, double-spaced, 12-point font, 1 in margins. (This does not includeyour reference page.)Add a reference page at the end of your paper that cites all of the sources you used. This papershould have at least 3 sources. You should follow the MLA style guide in writing your paper andreference page.Elena KaganElena Kagan was born on April 28, 1960 in New York City, USA (Elena Kagan,2017). In 2010 she was appointed as a Supreme Court justice by President BarackObama, where she took the 6thseat. With a prowess for academia, Kagan attended HunterHighschool, where she served as the president of the student government. Later on, shewould go to Princeton University in 1977 and attain a history major; she would laterobtain a master’s degree in philosophy in 1983 from Worchester College in Oxford, andfinally graduate from Harvard Law School in 1986 (Elena Kagan, 2017).After her education, Kagan’s career included duties as a law clerk, privatepractice, professor at University of Chicago Law School, and finally as the United States’Supreme Court’s 6thjustice (Wiki, 2017). Her experience would later prove to be an

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Marbury v Madison, Supreme Court of the United States, US Supreme Court, Elena Kagan
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