Brian Fitzpatrick

Vanderbilt University

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A constitutional  law professor at Vanderbilt University. Former law clerk to Justice Scalia in 2001.

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The late Justice Antonin Scalia relished the use of vivid language in fiery debates about the Constitution, politics and social issues.

Antonin Scalia: His Legacy in Law and Politics

The late Justice Antonin Scalia relished the use of vivid language in fiery debates about the Constitution, politics and social issues.

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