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Nomination And Confirmation Of Supreme Court Justices: Some Personal Observations, Joseph L. Rauth Jr. May 2018

Nomination And Confirmation Of Supreme Court Justices: Some Personal Observations, Joseph L. Rauth Jr.

Maine Law Review

The following remarks were delivered on October 13, 1992, on the occasion of the first Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law and Public Service, henceforth to be an annual event at the University of Maine School of Law. The speech was written by the late Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., who died a few weeks before the speech was to be given. The speech was presented by his widow, Olie Rauh, and their son, Michael Rauh.


Representing The Powerless: Lawyers Can Make A Difference, Alvin J. Bronstein Mar 2018

Representing The Powerless: Lawyers Can Make A Difference, Alvin J. Bronstein

Maine Law Review

The Fifth Annual Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law and Public Service was held on October 8, 1996. This year’s lecturer, Alvin J. Bronstein, the founding Executive Director of the National Prison Project of the American Civil Liberties Union, presented “Representing the Powerless: Lawyers Can Make a Difference.”


What Happened To The American Social Compact?, Robert B. Reich Mar 2018

What Happened To The American Social Compact?, Robert B. Reich

Maine Law Review

The Sixth Annual Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law and Public Service was held on October 6, 1997. Robert B. Reich, formerly the Secretary of Labor under the Clinton Administration, and currently a University Professor and the Maurice B. Hexter Professor of Social and Economic Policy at Brandeis University and its Heller Graduate School, presented “The American Social Compact: What It Was and Where It Went.”