A Seventh Circuit extravaganza featuring Tacy Flint, Will Baude, and Jim Pfander. The episode was recorded before a live student audience at the University of Chicago Law School at the invitation of UChicago chapter of the Federalist Society.
 
Tacy Flint is a partner at Sidley Austin who has practiced before the U.S. Supreme Court and numerous federal courts of appeal. She clerked for Justice Stephen Breyer and Judge Richard Posner. Tacy is a UChicago law grad.
 
Will Baude is a professor at UChicago Law and the author of Is Qualified Immunity Unlawful? Will clerked for Chief Justice John Roberts, Judge Michael McConnell and at the Institute for Justice.
 
Jim Pfander is a professor at Northwestern Law and the author of many articles examining Bivens and the importance of remedies against federal officers for constitutional violations. Jim clerked for Judge Levin Campbell.

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