Constitutional law Photos on Townhall

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              This undated handout photo provided by Derrick Wang, shows Wang who has just graduated from the University of Maryland law school. He's a tenor stuck in the 18th century. Wang, an award

    This undated handout photo provided by Derrick Wang, shows Wang who has just graduated from the University of Maryland law school. He's a tenor stuck in the 18th century. Wang, an award

    Posted: 8/6/2013 4:24:31 AM EST
    This undated handout photo provided by Derrick Wang, shows Wang who has just graduated from the University of Maryland law school. He's a tenor stuck in the 18th century. Wang, an award winning composer, has composed an opera, "Scalia/Ginsburg." Justices Antonin Scalia, with his devotion to the Constitution’s original meaning, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, more willing to adapt the Constitution to changing times, are ideological opposites and longtime friends with a mutual love of opera. The idea of setting their words to music came to Wang, 29, when he was studying constitutional law and reading Scalia’s often fiery and well-constructed dissents. Ginsburg’s responses had their own lyricism, he said. (AP Photo/Matthew Fried Photography)
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              Comic-turned political agitator and leader of the anti-establishment 5 Star Movement Beppe Grillo arrives for a press conference in Rome, Sunday, April 21, 2013. Italy's Parliament on S

    Comic-turned political agitator and leader of the anti-establishment 5 Star Movement Beppe Grillo arrives for a press conference in Rome, Sunday, April 21, 2013. Italy's Parliament on S

    Posted: 4/21/2013 11:28:38 AM EST
    Comic-turned political agitator and leader of the anti-establishment 5 Star Movement Beppe Grillo arrives for a press conference in Rome, Sunday, April 21, 2013. Italy's Parliament on Saturday re-elected Giorgio Napolitano to an unprecedented second term as president, after party leaders persuaded the 87-year-old to serve again in hopes of easing the hostility that has thwarted formation of a new government. While Napolitano's election received a standing ovation from lawmakers and plaudits from abroad, several thousand people protested noisily outside Parliament Saturday, disappointed that Italy's old political guard hadn't changed. Lawmakers from Parliament's third-largest bloc, the anti-establishment 5 Star Movement led by comic-turned-political agitator Beppe Grillo, galvanized supporters for the protest. Grillo had backed a left-leaning constitutional law expert for president. Grillo and his fast-growing movement are bitterly opposed to the incumbent, who in late 2011 appointed Monti and a Cabinet of technocrats to replace an elected premier as the eurozone debt crisis threatened to engulf Italy. (AP Photo/Roberto Monaldo, Lapresse)
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              This is an undated file photo of Ronald Dworkin provided by New York University. Dworkin, the American philosopher and constitutional law expert best known for articulating the principl

    This is an undated file photo of Ronald Dworkin provided by New York University. Dworkin, the American philosopher and constitutional law expert best known for articulating the principl

    Posted: 2/14/2013 12:58:31 PM EST
    This is an undated file photo of Ronald Dworkin provided by New York University. Dworkin, the American philosopher and constitutional law expert best known for articulating the principle that the most important virtue the law can display is integrity, has died. His family said Dworkin died of leukemia in London early Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. He was 81. (AP Photo/New York University, Leo Sorel)