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Northwestern University Law Review : Colloquy : 2011 : The Legacy of Justice Stevens

The Legacy of Justice Stevens

On May 12th, Northwestern University and the Northwestern University Law Review held a symposium celebrating the legacy of Justice John Paul Stevens (JD '47).  A number of leading scholars and court watchers gathered to participate in the event, as did the Justice himself.  The participants covered many different aspects of the Justice's life and legacy throughout the day.

The videos that follow include panels on executive power, religion, jurisprudential trajectory, and methods of interpretation.

Justice Stevens on Executive Power: featuring Steven G. Calabresi, Aziz Huq, Dawn Johnsen, Thomas W. Merrill, and moderator Jide Nzelibe

Justice Stevens on Religion: featuring Alan E. Brownstein, Erwin Chemerinsky, Abner S. Greene, Andrew M. Koppelman, and moderator Kristen Stilt

Justice Stevens's Trajectory on the Court: featuring Bill Barnhart, co-authors Lee Epstein, William M. Landes, and Judge Richard A. Posner, Linda Greenhouse, Stefanie A. Lindquist, and moderator John O. McGinnis

Justice Stevens's Methods of Interpretation: featuring Diane Marie Amann, John C. Harrison, Simon Lazarus, and moderator Robert W. Bennett


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