The Black Law Students Association has been presenting a series of talks in honor of the 40th anniversary of Thurgood Marshall's appointment to the Supreme Court. The speaker's list has been impressive, and the third entry into the series is no exception. Drew Days III, former U.S. Solicitor General (under President Clinton) and Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights (under President Carter), delivered the third address in the series on April 5, 2007. Professor Days spoke about Justice Marshall's career as a Solicitor General of the United States. Listen to the talk here.