Reforming the Supreme Court? - Are These Consequences Problematic Under Today's Circumstances

April 09, 2005

Is prolonged tenure for Supreme Court Justices a problem in today's circumstances, and if so, what should be done? Topics explored during this conference will include: Contemporary Consequences of Life Tenure; Are These Consequences Problematic Under Today's Circumstances?; Examining Possible Solutions; Bringing Change About. Panelists: Paul D. Carrington, Duke University School of Law L. A. Scot Powe, Jr., University of Texas School of Law Thomas W. Merrill, Columbia University School of Law Daniel J. Meador, University of Virginia School of Law

Please note: The following video requires the use of the freely available RealPlayer