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Tuesday, June 20, 2006 

SG Clement at Marquette

I am really out of it lately. I had no idea that Solicitor General (and Cedarburg native) Paul Clement gave the commencement address at Marquette University Law School. You'd think that I would know about these major events happening in my own backyard, but I guess I didn't get the memo. His remarks are here. Clement was introduced by Dean Joseph Kearney who, like Clement, is a member of an elite group: former Scalia clerks.

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