Survivors, political and otherwise, of Richard Nixon’s downfall gathered Saturday at Hastings College of the Law to talk about legal ethics in the wake of the 25-year-old Watergate scandal.

At least some of the players in the scandal have gone on to bigger and better things, including two — Stephen Trott and Charles Wiggins — who now sit on the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.

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