In this episode, Hugh sits down with Denny Chin, a judge in the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and a former district court judge in the Southern District of New York. They discuss Denny’s different experiences in these courts, the role of dissents and en banc rehearings, and how the appellate experience has changed over the years. They also discuss a number of other issues, including diversity in the judiciary and Denny’s numerous trial reenactments of key civil rights cases in U.S. history.

You can read more about Judge Chin here, and visit the Asian American Bar Association of New York’s website to find out more about trial reenactments.

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