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Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. was in an expansive mood in Indianapolis Wednesday as he answered audience questions after giving the James P. White Lecture at the Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis. The lecture is named for the all-powerful longtime American Bar Association consultant on legal education. Roberts was in familiar surroundings, having grown up in Indiana, and he exuded collegiality and confidence, offering nice things to say about Justice John Paul Stevens (as a fellow Midwesterner) and Justice Sonia Sotomayor (for her valued experience as a former trial judge) and, well, at least nothing negative to say about President Barack Obama.

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