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The John H. Burlingame Distinguished Lecture

2011 Burlingame Lecture Dean Bilionis, Dan Abrams and Mr. and Mrs. John BurlingameThe John H. Burlingame Distinguished Lecture was established in 1999 to bring nationally recognized speakers to Cincinnati to address important contemporary issues from a national and global perspective, particularly those issues surrounding communications, the media, and government regulation. The lecture series has been made possible through the vision and generous support of Elizabeth G. and John D. Drinko, the Scripps Howard Foundation, Baker & Hostetler Founders' Trust, the Mellen Foundation, and John H. Burlingame.

Burlingame Visitors

Richard Susskind
IT Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England
Tomorrow's Lawyers

Dan Abrams
Legal Analyst, ABC News
On the Award In the New

Jeffrey Toobin
Senior Analyst, CNN
Inside the World of the Supreme Court

Linda Greenhouse
The New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent
The Mystery of Guantanamo Bay

Michael K. Powell
Former Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
Changing Regulation for the Future: Technology and Public Policy

Charles Fried
Beneficial Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
The New Supreme Court: What We Know and What We Can Expect

Hon. Thomas J. Moyer
Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Ohio
New Judicial Federalism: States as Laboratories of Experimentation

Kenneth W. Lowe
President and CEO, The E.W. Scripps Company

Mary Ann Glendon
Learned Hand Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

Hon. Antonin Scalia
Justice, Supreme Court of the United States

Reed E. Hundt
Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
You Say You Want a Revolution: How Communications Can Change the World

Jean Edward Smith
John Marshall Professor of Political Science, Marshall University
John Marshall: Definer of a Nation

Professor Anthony Lewis
Columnist, The New York Times