U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia to Deliver the University of Minnesota Law School’s Stein Lecture

September 22, 2015

Media note: Contact Cynthia Huff via email to reserve a required press pass. Press passes should be picked up at the Will Call window at Northrop Auditorium beginning at 3:00 p.m. on October 20. Reserved and designated seating for press is at the front of the room, but a press pass is required. General admission seats are taken and press seats are limited.

The University of Minnesota Law School’s Stein Lecture series is pleased to announce that on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 4:00 p.m. in Northrop Auditorium, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will deliver the Stein Lecture about his work on the Court and then take questions from Professor Robert A. Stein (’61). In his Lecture, Justice Scalia will discuss his originalist jurisprudence in interpreting the Constitution. Audience members will have an opportunity to address questions to Justice Scalia at the end of the program.


Justice Scalia’s biography can be viewed here.

Professor Robert A. Stein, class of 1961, dean of the Law School for 15 years, and former chief operating officer of the American Bar Association, endowed this lecture series to enrich the program of the Law School by inviting leaders of the bench and bar and of the governments of the United States and other nations to deliver an annual lecture on a topic of national or international interest.

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No purses, bags, backpacks, or cell phones. We encourage you not to bring these items with you but there will be a coat check available.

Photos are limited to the first 1-2 minutes and again for 1-2 minutes at the conclusion of the program and are for personal memento use only and not for publication. Recording devices permitted for note-taking purposes only and not for broadcast

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