A roundtable panel discussion at the Chautauqua Institution. The panel brought together five lawyers who fifty-five years ago served as law clerks to Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. The panelists discussed the Justices and some of the cases of that Supreme Court Term, including the Steel Seizure Cases,1 which came to the Supreme Court in the spring of 1952. The honored guests and panelists are five lawyers who have led high-achieving, diverse and public-spirited lives: Charles C. Hileman, Abner J. Mikva , James C.N. Paul , Neal Person Rutledge, Marshall L. Small.
Barrett, John Q.; Hileman, Charles C.; Mikva, Abner J.; Paul, James C.N.; Rutledge, Neal P.; Small, Marshall L.; Rehnquist, William H.; Peterson, Gregory L.; and Gormley, Ken, "Supreme Court Clerks' Recollections of October Term 1951, Including the Steel Seizure Cases" (2008). Faculty Publications. 12.