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Thursday, December 6, 2012

THE VIDEO IS ONLINE NOW: Did you hear the one about what Justice Scalia called Justice Thomas?

If not, it means you missed AFJ's Conversation with Jeffrey Toobin this evening.  But the video is now online at www.afj.org.

Among the other topics: What the court might do, as early as tomorrow, concerning gay rights cases, (that discussion starts about 1 hour and 9 minutes in) why the left does not care as passionately about judges and the courts as the right - and why  that might be about to change - and the paradox of Barack Obama, a former constitutional law professor who put less emphasis on judges than one might expect as president.

As AFJ President Nan Aron pointed out, almost every moment of our lives is shaped by decisions of the Supreme Court.
From left to right: Alliance for Justice President Nan Aron, Jeffrey Toobin,
Emily Bazelon and Prof. Kenji Yoshino

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