The University of Chicago Law School chapter of the Black Law Students Association is hosting a wonderful series of talks this year in honor of the 40th anniversary of Thurgood Marshall's appointment to the Supreme Court. The first of these is by our own Cass Sunstein, who clerked for Justice Marshall in the 1979-80 term. Speaking to a very full room, Cass told some very amusing stories about Justice Marshall and discussed Marshall's conception of equality. The talk was fantastic and we hope you enjoy it. Listen to the talk here. [Edited to fix missing link. No, not that kind of missing link.)
We'll be using this Thanksgiving break to catch up on some of our podcasts from November. Hope you enjoy them!