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Lawfare Live: Trump's Trials and Tribulations, June 21

Benjamin Wittes, Anna Bower, Lee Kovarsky
Thursday, June 20, 2024, 2:54 PM
Join the Lawfare team for a discussion of the trials of Donald Trump.

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On June 21 at 5:30 p.m. ET, Lawfare Editor-in-Chief Benjamin Wittes will speak to Lawfare Courts Correspondent Anna Bower and University of Texas law professor Lee Kovarsky for this week’s episode of “Lawfare Live: Trump’s Trials and Tribulations.”

The start time may be adjusted depending on when Judge Cannon lets the court out, as she is holding hearings in the classified documents case in Florida. Any change in time will be announced on Lawfare's social media accounts and on YouTube.

Material supporters will receive a link to join a Zoom webinar and will be able to ask questions during the livestream. It will be livestreamed on YouTube for all other viewers. Find the livestream here.

If you can’t attend the live event, the recording will be available immediately afterward on Lawfare’s YouTube channel or later on the Lawfare Podcast feed.

Benjamin Wittes is editor in chief of Lawfare and a Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. He is the author of several books.
Anna Bower is Lawfare’s Legal Fellow and Courts Correspondent. Anna holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Cambridge and a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School. She joined Lawfare as a recipient of Harvard’s Sumner M. Redstone Fellowship in Public Service. Prior to law school, Anna worked as a judicial assistant for a Superior Court judge in the Northeastern Judicial Circuit of Georgia. She also previously worked as a Fulbright Fellow at Anadolu University in Eskişehir, Turkey. A native of Georgia, Anna is based in Atlanta and Washington, D.C.
Lee Kovarsky is the Bryant Smith Chair in Law at the University of Texas, where he also co-directs the school's Capital Punishment Center. He has litigated Texas death penalty cases for almost twenty years.

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