Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court was surrounded in controversy and impassioned debate. Now that he has served three terms as a Justice, his impact on the Court is just beginning to be felt. Andrew Schultz reviews Justice Kavanaugh’s early tenure on the Court and discusses his role in a number of the Court’s recent decisions, including cases on LGBTQ rights, religious liberty, abortion, and voting rights. He also examines Justice Kavanaugh’s role in the Court’s emerging conservative majority.
Andrew Schultz is a director at the Rodey Law Firm where he practices in the litigation department. He is the only graduate of the UNM Law School to serve as a law clerk at the US Supreme Court, serving as clerk to Byron R. White. Schultz has been a visiting professor at UNM’s School of Law and continues to serve as an adjunct professor. In 2018, he was selected as the Albuquerque Bar Association’s Lawyer of the Year.