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U.S. Supreme Court

Jun. 29, 2018

The End of the Kennedy Court

A range of guests reflect on retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy's legacy and forecast the Supreme Court to come: Garrett Epps (Univ. Baltimore SOL) discusses how Kennedy's 'small-town lawyer' roots made him unique on the modern Court; Ilya Somin (Antonin Scalia Law School) offers a libertarian's take on the justice's legacy; John Culhane (Delaware SOL) explains why Kennedy's legacy may quickly 'turn to dust;' Jonathan Adler (Case Western Reserve SOL) addresses the legal doctrine most likely to see additional (or removed) gloss in the ensuing terms, and previews the president's potential nominees; and former Kennedy clerk Joshua Matz (Gupta Wessler PLLC) predicts a Court potentially facing a legitimacy crisis after the retirement of its median justice.

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Garrett Epps

Professor, Univ. of Baltimore School of Law

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John Culhane

Delaware School of Law

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Ilya Somin

Professor of Law, George Mason University

Ilya is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, author of "The Grasping Hand: Kelo v. City of New London and the Limits of Eminent Domain," and "Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government is Smarter." He writes regularly for the Volokh Conspiracy blog.

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Jonathan Adler

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Joshua Matz

Gupta Wessler PLLC


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Brian Cardile

Rulings Editor, Podcast Host, California Supreme Court reporter
brian_cardile@dailyjournal.com

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