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In this month’s After Hours: Everybody in Holland is on a bike: lawyers, judges, moms with little kids, and Legal Times ‘ intrepid reporter. Plus a profile on Marin Alsop, the Baltimore Symphony’s new music director; a review of a new book by Justice Stephen Breyer; and, a look back at the 60th anniversary of the first Nuremberg war crimes trial.
Holland’s True Pedal Power Everybody in Holland is on a bike: lawyers, judges, moms with little kids, and Legal Times‘ intrepid reporter. • Her Own Kind Of Music A look at Marin Alsop, the Baltimore Symphony’s new music director and the very first woman to head a major orchestra. • Give Me Liberty, The Active Kind A review of Justice Stephen Breyer’s new book, Active Liberty: Interpreting Our Democratic Constitution, by Mark Tushnet. • Honoring Our More Perfect Union In Philadelphia With the nomination of Samuel Alito Jr. to the Supreme Court and the continuing national debate over the types of judges best suited to interpret our founding document, this is a great time to visit Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center. • Recalling the Haitians’ Hunger Strike at Guant�namo A review of Brandt Goldstein’s Storming the Court: How a Band of Yale Law Students Sued the President — and Won, by James Dabney Miller. • Thou-Shalt-Nots of Hoover’s FBI Steve Weinberg’s review of “The Vendetta: FBI Hero Melvin Purvis’ War Against Crime and J. Edgar Hoover’s War Against Him” by author Alton Purvis. • 60 Years Later, Memories of Nuremberg Sixty years ago the most important trial of the 20th century, the first Nuremberg war crimes trial of the leaders of Nazi Germany, began. This past summer, on the 60th anniversary of the first trial, New York’s Touro Law Center held a conference in Nuremberg recounting the history of the trials and exploring the legal and political issues they raised.

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