The Role of the Judiciary
Justice Antonin Scalia talked about his views on the judiciary and originalism, the belief that courts should interpret a constitution… read more
Justice Antonin Scalia talked about his views on the judiciary and originalism, the belief that courts should interpret a constitution according to the intent of the drafters and ratifiers. Following his remarks, he responded to audience members' questions.
This was the closing address of the Federalist Society’s 2008 National Lawyers Convention, with a theme of “The People and the Judiciary.” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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