Join Professor Neil Siegel as he moderates this panel discussion on Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. Panelists include Professors Ernest Young and Barak Richman (Duke Law School), Professor Jeffrey Dobbins (Willamette University College of Law), and Professor Andrew Siegel (Seattle University School of Law). Panelists will discuss Justice Stevens's long career, the legacy he leaves, and how his retirement and Elena Kagan's ascension to the bench are likely to affect the Court. This event is free and open to the public. This event will be webcast. For more information please contact Dana Norvell at Norvell@law.duke.edu.
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