The New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education, together with Constitutionally Speaking and the Warren B. Rudman Center, recently presented “A Conversation with Judge Merrick B. Garland.”

Maggie Goodlander, a Rudman Center advisory board member, adjunct professor of constitutional law at the UNH Law School, and former law clerk to Judge Garland, joined him in conversation.

Enlightening, engaging and entertaining, they covered a range of topics including the rule of law, transparency in government, service, civility, and integrity. Link here to listen to the discussion.

Constitutionally Speaking is a collaboration among the Rudman Center, the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society, New Hampshire Humanities, the New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education, the Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College and Citizens Count.

The lecture was made possible through a generous grant from the William W. Treat Foundation.