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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

Most Influential Dean in Legal Education

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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