Groff v. DeJoy (2023)

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Groff v. DeJoy was a SCOTUS in the Classroom case. It was decided on June 29, 2023.

Each term Street Law selects the most classroom-relevant, student-friendly cases as our SCOTUS in the Classroom cases. Teachers are encouraged to conduct moot courts the same week the case is argued, giving students the opportunity to follow discussion and analysis in the news and listen to or read a transcript of the actual oral arguments.

Case Issues:

  1. Should the Supreme Court overturn the “more than de minimis cost” test for refusing Title VII religious accommodations stated in Trans World Airlines, Inc. v. Hardison?
  2. May an employer demonstrate “undue hardship on the conduct of the employer’s business” under Title VII by showing that the requested accommodation burdens the employee’s co-workers rather than the business itself?

Case Briefs:

Oral Argument:


News Articles and Resources:

How to Conduct a Moot Court or a Mini-Moot Court: 

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This resource was developed with support from the Supreme Court Historical Society.

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