Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world and set off an internet maelstrom on Feb. 10 with news that he would resign the papacy at the end of the month. Countless questions immediately arose about why he had done so and what happens next. At the same time, myriad attempts to define his legacy, some more or less fair, began in earnest. It thus seems an opportune time for lawyers to reflect on one event that will surely be regarded as a defining moment of his papacy: the historic address at Westminster Hall in September 2010.
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