In an extraordinary and relevant conversation, legendary television journalist Bill Moyers–who served as one of President Lyndon Johnson’s top aides during the civil rights era–will discuss the epochal events of the “Second Reconstruction.” He will be joined by two leaders of the current fight for democracy–veterans of courtrooms across the country in the fight against voter suppression.
Join Richard Hasen—Professor at University of California, Irvine and one of The National Law Journal's 100 most influential lawyers in America—as he delves into the complicated legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia. He will be interviewed by leading legal journalist Joan Biskupic, author of the definitive biography of Justice Scalia.
Join Adam Winkler, law professor at UCLA and author of the new book We the Corporations, for a discussion about the American government’s relationship to big business and the 200-year effort to give corporations the same rights as people. He will be joined by Dahlia Lithwick, one of the country’s most prominent legal journalists, an editor at Slate and host of its Amicus podcast—who covered the Supreme Court and its decisions on corporate rights.
David Frum is a senior editor at the Atlantic, the author of nine books, and served as a special assistant and speechwriter for President George W. Bush. Join the Brennan Center for a discussion on democracy and America's future with Frum and NYU School of Law Dean Trevor Morrison, a leading expert on the presidency and the Constitution.