Alito, Thomas to Headline Federalist Society Annual Convention

, The National Law Journal

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Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito Jr. are headliners next month at the Federalist Society's annual national convention, which will focus on the legacy of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. The agenda marks the return of the appearance of at least one conservative justice—a seven-year streak that ended last year when no justice spoke at the event in Washington. Numerous lawyers from Big Law are set to participate on panels at the convention.

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  • Jim Jones

    This is SICK! This organization is racist and one of the blackest justices in the history of the Supreme Court continues to show his race that he is traitor to his race!

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