The lecture to students from City Year’s youth leadership programs, City Heroes and Youth Heroes, and Beacon Academy students and alumni was held in the Morgan Court Room of Harvard Law School.
Justice Breyer talked to high school students about constitutional review as part of the launch of ConSource.org, the only free fully-indexed online library of constitutional sources. After his presentation he responded to students' questions.
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