Emory student writes for SCOTUSblog

March 19, 2012

Emory University Law School student Kedar Bhatia is also a writer for the SCOTUSblog (Supreme Court of the United States).  He discusses why he believes the Affordable Care Act will be upheld, why conservative justices might not vote the way you'd think and why he believes we may know the outcome of the case before a final vote is even rendered.

Bhatia is a second-year student in Emory's Law School.  He started writing about the Supreme Court in 2007 at DailyWrit.com, a website that he started when he was a freshman at the University of Texas. Bhatia started working for SCOTUSblog.com in 2010 when he was a senior in college, and Bhatia graduated later that year with a Bachelors in Business Administration (BBA) and a concentration in corporate finance. He began at Emory Law School immediately after finishing his undergraduate studies and expects to graduate in 2013.