The Supreme Court opened its review of the national health-care overhaul on Monday, Mar. 26, the first of three days of oral arguments on the 2010 law.

Over the past two years, Harvard Law School has hosted numerous debates, and faculty have participated in many events focused on the legal challenges now before the Court.

Over the three days of debate, the Harvard Federalist Society sponsored audio broadcasts of the Supreme Court oral arguments on healthcare reform in the Ames Courtroom at HLS.

In light of the historic arguments, law schools professors at HLS and elsewhere in the Boston area have incorporated the debate into their classrooms (see story excerpt below), and, in the media, a number of HLS faculty members weighed in on the case (read their opinions below).