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NYT Scribe to Moderate Panel on Retiring Justice Stevens’ Legacy

00liptak.190.jpg NYT‘s Adam Liptak, Supreme Court correspondent, will moderate a gathering of Justice John Paul Stevens’ clerks on Wednesday, June 1. The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS) is sponsoring the event.

Stevens, who recently turned 90, is the longest-serving member on the Court by more than a decade. Clerks plan to share personal anecdotes on their experiences as clerks in his chambers.

Participants:
James Liebman, Simon H. Rifkind Professor of Law, Columbia Law School; Stevens clerk 1978-79
Cliff Sloan, Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP; Stevens clerk 1985-86
Melissa Hart, Associate Professor of Law, Colorado University Law School; Stevens clerk 1996-97
Deborah Pearlstein, Visiting Associate Professor, Georgetown University Law Center; Stevens clerk 1999-2000
Amanda Leiter, Associate Professor of Law, Catholic University Columbus School of Law; Stevens Clerk 2003-04
Jamal Greene, Associate Professor of Law, Columbia Law School; Stevens clerk 2006-07

WHEN: June 3, 2010. Light lunch will be served at noon. The panel discussion will be from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher, & Flom LLP & Affiliates, 11th Floor, 1440 New York Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20005
Contact: Jeremy Leaming, jleaming@acslaw.org.

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The Revolving Door, 01.23.07

  • Judd Legum is leaving the Center for American Progress to work as the research director for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

  • NPR is looking for a Kroc Fellow.

  • Over at the Washington Times, David C. Lipscomb is the Metropolitan Desk’s new editorial assistant. He replaces Gary Emerling, who was promoted to D.C. political reporter. Tom LoBianco is a new reporter, covering Maryland politics on the Metropolitan Desk. Metro reporter Matt Cella has been promoted to assistant Metropolitan editor. C.D. McGonigal is the Photo Department’s new photo editor.

  • Robert “Rob” Redding, a former Washington Times reporter, is studying at the University of Louisiana.

  • Mary Parsons, who served as Art Director of The Atlantic Monthly from July of 2000 through December of 2005, will be the new art director of the American Prospect.

  • From the release:

      U.S.News & World Report today announced the appointment of Kimberly Palmer as an associate editor for the magazine’s “Money and Business” section and USNews.com’s Money. Starting January 29, Palmer will report to Tim Smart, assistant managing editor, “Money & Business,” U.S. News & World Report.

      Palmer, who will cover general business news, management, corporate profiles and personal finance, is the fourth addition to the U.S. News staff since New Year’s Day. Earlier this month, U.S. News announced three new hires in its growing Web site division: Matthew Belvedere as director of video and audio production; Jay Keller as news editor, USNews.com; and Chris Wilson as associate editor, USNews.com.

      Palmer comes to U.S. News from Government Executive magazine where she has covered business and government contracting, white collar crime, and “Buy American” policies since 2004. Prior to Government Executive, Palmer wrote for The Wall Street Journal and RedEye, an edition of the Chicago Tribune. Palmer holds a bachelor’s degree from Amherst College and a master’s in public policy from the University of Chicago.

  • David Bosco is stepping down as senior editor at Foreign Policy Magazine to write a book on the UN Security Council, to be published in 2008 by Oxford University Press. He’ll remain a contributing writer for FP. While he researchs and writes, he’ll be a visiting scholar at American University’s School of International Service.

  • NYT’s Adam Liptak has a new column “about the legal world” according to the byline, that will appear on Mondays.

  • The Press-Enterprise is looking for a reporter.

  • Government Executive is looking for a staff correspondent.

  • Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive is looking for an Opinions and Comments Editor.

  • Washington City Paper is looking for reporters.