ConSource and the Harlan Institute announce their Seventh Annual Virtual Supreme Court Competition for high school students. Teams of two students have the opportunity to research cutting-edge constitutional law, write persuasive appellate briefs, argue against other students through video chats, and try to persuade a panel of esteemed attorneys during oral argument that their side is correct. This year the competition focuses on Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue. The question: Resolved: Does it violate the free exercise clause of the First Amendment to invalidate a generally available and religiously neutral student-aid program simply because the program affords students the choice of attending religious schools? Go here to learn more.