The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
proudly presents the
8th Annual Constitution Day Program:
"The Supreme Court Justice as Constitutional Scholar"
Featuring three recent clerks for Justices John Paul Stevens, Stephen Breyer, and Antonin Scalia
Three recent justices have authored books intended to offer a broader scholarly perspective on constitutional law and the workings of the Supreme Court: John Paul Stevens, Stephen Breyer, and Antonin Scalia. This year's program will feature one former clerk for each of these justices who will discuss the role of the justice as a scholar versus jurist based on their personal clerkship experience and the speaker's familiarity with the relevant justice's scholarly work.
Former Clerk to Justice Scalia
Former Clerk to Justice Breyer
Former Clerk to Justice Stevens
Time / Location:
12 - 2 p.m. & 4 - 6 p.m.
Maryland Carey Law's
Ceremonial Moot Court Room
Co-sponsored by the Maryland League of Women Voters and the MLAW program at University of Maryland, College Park.
Watch 2013's Constitution Day Program.