Dahlia Lithwick

Author; Senior legal affairs correspondent, Slate; podcast host, Amicus podcast

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Dahlia Lithwick is the senior legal correspondent at Slate and host of Amicus, Slate’s award-winning biweekly podcast about the law.  Her work has also appeared in The New York TimesHarper’sThe New YorkerThe Washington PostThe New Republic, and Commentary, among other places. Also author of the book "Lady Justice." Lithwick won a 2013 National Magazine Award for her columns on the Affordable Care Act. She was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in October, 2018.




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