Finally, we put the wraps on “Amy Coney Barrett Week” at The Employer Handbook. There is so much left to discuss, but, well, I’ve got a thing.
So, rather than dig into the Barrett archives myself, I figured I’d share what other bloggers and writers say about Amy Coney Barrett on employment law.
Let’s start with Bill Goren, who examines not 1, not 2, but 17 times that Judge Barrett dealt with cases arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act. You can read Bill’s post at his fantastic Understanding The ADA blog here.
Like me, Phil Miles has spent this week exploring Judge Barrett’s employment law appellate work at his blog, Lawffice Space. You can read those posts here.
If you subscribe to Law360, I suggest that you check out these recent articles (1, 2) about how Judge Barrett has handled employment cases. And here are three more (1, 2, 3) that do not require a subscription.
So, what do you think? Putting aside the politics and focusing squarely on HR-compliance, do you think that Judge Barrett will make an excellent addition to the Supreme Court? Holler at me and let me know what you think.