William Kelley, associate professor of constitutional law at the Notre Dame Law School and a member of the Center's Executive Advisory Committee, remembers Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, for whom he clerked in 1988-89:
The untimely death of Justice Antonin Scalia marks the end of a generation-long career on the Supreme Court in which he profoundly influenced the terms of legal debate in the United States. Those of us who were privileged to serve as his law clerks were witnesses to this remarkable achievement, which was the product of his intellect and his unyielding commitment to the rule of law. We were also witnesses to a life greatly lived.
Read the full article here. The Center extends its deepest condolences to Justice Scalia's family and friends.