Taking stock of the high court term

Lawyers who argued talk about the cases, Souter's departure and Sotomayor.

The National Law Journal

Lawyers who argued some of the key cases of the 2008-2009 Supreme Court term gathered last month at Georgetown University Law Center for the eighth annual Legal Times Supreme Court Review, now under the auspices of The National Law Journal. NLJ Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro moderated the discussion, which analyzed some of the most-watched cases of the term and looked ahead to the upcoming one with Sonia Sotomayor likely joining the Court. Here is the transcript of the discussion, edited for length and clarity.

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