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Ari  Melber
Ari Melber

MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent

Ari Melber is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, writer and attorney. He serves as Chief Legal Correspondent for MSNBC, covering the Justice Department, Supreme Court, FBI, prominent court cases and national legal issues.

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Lawrence  Lessig
Lawrence Lessig

Harvard Law Professor & Presidential Candidate

One of the most inspiring and visionary thought leaders of the digital age, Lawrence Lessig occupies a unique place at the intersection of transformative ideals, citizen activism and democracy itself.

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Dan  Abrams
Dan Abrams

Attorney, Author & ABC News Legal Analyst

Attorney and legal analyst Dan Abrams has covered such high-profile trials as the Bush v. Gore post-election legal battles and President Clinton's impeachment trial.

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Frank  Wu
Frank Wu

Dean / Author

In 2004, Frank H. Wu became the ninth Dean of Wayne State University Law School in Detroit. The author of Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White, he was named among the Top 20 Scholars in the Nation.

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James  Forman Jr.
James Forman Jr.

Pulitzer Prize Winning Author

James Forman, Jr. started the Maya Angelou Public Charter School and is a Professor of Law at Yale Law School. He also worked as a law clerk for Justice Sandra Day O’Connor of the U.S. Supreme Court and is a Pulitzer Prize Winning Author.

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Scott  Turow
Scott Turow

Attorney & Author of Legal Thrillers

Known for their alluring plotlines and twists, Attorney Scott Turow's law-inspired thrillers include Presumed Innocent, its sequel, Innocent and his newest novel, Identical.

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Ian  Ayres
Ian Ayres

Lawyer, Economist & NYT Best-Selling Author

A law and economics guru, Ian Ayres is a columnist for Forbes and writes for the NYT Freakonomics blog. He is also the co-founder of stickK, a website that incentivizes sticking to goals. 

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Peter  Edelman
Peter Edelman

Law Professor & Author

A lifelong antipoverty advocate, Peter Edelman is the author of So Rich, So Poor: Why It's So Hard to End Poverty in America.

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