Law professor Laurence Tribe on the Roberts Court

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    Guest: Laurence Tribe

    In their book, Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution, constitutional scholars LAURENCE TRIBE and Joshua Matz, take us inside the Roberts Court, analyze its most important rulings and the legal philosophies that drive them and how they are transforming our nation. Tribe, who joins us in the studio today, is a Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard where he taught both Supreme Court Justice John Roberts and Barack Obama. He has argued over thirty cases before the Court, including Bush v. Gore in 2000.

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