2012: “The 40th Anniversary of Watergate: A Commemoration of the Rule of Law”

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John W. Dean, former White House Counsel to President Nixon
Panel I: President Nixon’s Secret Tapes: Evidence that Politically, Legally and Historically Defined Watergate (and More)
Scott Armstrong, former Senate Watergate Committee Investigator
Alexander Butterfield, former White House Aide to President Nixon
John W. Dean, former White House Counsel to President Nixon
Introduction: Dean Tom Campbell, Chapman University School of Law
Panel II: The Constitutional Significance of Watergate: New Perspectives
J. Richard Broughton, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Jonathan L. Entin, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Stephen M. Griffin, Tulane University Law School
Ronald D. Rotunda, Chapman University School of Law
Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, Stetson University College of Law
Panel III: The Legacy of Watergate: Reform 40 years Later
Laurel Rigertas, Northern Illinois University College of Law
James Robenalt, Litigation Attorney
Arnold Rochvarg, University of Baltimore School of Law
Jill Wine-Banks, former Assistant Watergate Prosecutor