Published on June 6, 2023  
Ross William

A new article by William G. Ross, the Albert P. Brewer professor of law and ethics, "A Centennial of Meyer v. Nebraska: The SCOTUS Case that Defined Personal Liberties" has been published by Jurist.

In his piece, Ross reflects on the 100th anniversary of Meyer v. Nebraska—a case that continues to have far-reaching effects, influencing key U.S. Supreme Court decisions and contributing to our evolving understanding of liberty.

Read it here.