The UB Law professor once played foil to a de facto comedy routine by Justices Antonin Scalia and David H. Souter.Read More »
Much has been written about the decision to rename George Mason University’s law school after the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia — and particularly about the unfortunate acronym suggested by the proposed name, the Antonin Scalia School of Law (the ...Read More »
Could a very liberal Maryland legislator and the nation’s most conservative Supreme Court justice ever find common ground? Why would they bother? Unlikely as it may seem, the answer to question one was an emphatic yes. And to question number ...Read More »
Though Antonin Scalia never agreed with him, former assistant Maryland public defender George E. Burns Jr. said he enjoyed the legal banter he had with the loquacious justice during Burns’ three arguments before the Supreme Court on behalf of criminal defendants more than a quarter-century ago.
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