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Which Matters More to John Roberts: The Constitution or the Court's Reputation?

JMLS1Fix the Court co-hosted an event on April 4 in Chicago with the John Marshall Law School’s Federalist Society and American Constitution Society chapters on whether the Chief Justice of the United States has stronger fidelity to the Constitution or to how the court is perceived in the public sphere.

FTC executive director Gabe Roth moderated as panelists Josh Blackman of South Texas College of Law (left) Steve Schwinn of JMLS (center) debated whether Roberts has a singular legal vision or if he is susceptible to changing political mores.

Roth asked why the Chief Justice has been so reluctant to implement any pro-transparency changes at the high court in his nearly 11 years there, and neither could think of a good reason why.

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