The Justice of Contradictions
Legal scholar Richard Hasen offered his analysis of Justice Scalia’s time on the Supreme Court.
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Susan Low Bloch Professor Georgetown University Law Center
Richard L. Hasen Professor University of California, Irvine->School of Law
Martin S. Lederman Associate Professor Georgetown University Law Center
Adam Liptak Correspondent New York Times->Supreme Court
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