After taking his seat on the Supreme Court in 1986, Associate Justice Antonin Scalia quickly became known as one of the most powerful communicators on the bench, producing forceful and colorful oral arguments and written decisions. Take the rare opportunity to get a more personal glimpse of a man who has been described as “the Supreme Court‘s wittiest and most outspoken justice” when he joins Nina Totenberg, NPR’s legal affairs correspondent, for an informal conversation. He’ll talk about his time on the Supreme Court, memorable and meaningful cases, his working life as an associate justice, and more in what’s sure to be a lively and insightful discussion.
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