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- Douglas W. Kmiec Professor of constitutional law and Caruso family chair in constitutional law at Pepperdine University
- David Cole Professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center and author of "The Torture Memos: Rationalizing the Unthinkable". Previous books include "Less Safe, Less Free," and "Terrorism and the Constitution."
- Bruce Fein Former associate deputy attorney general, Republican counsel during the Iran-contra hearings, and founding partner with the Lichfield Group
- John Dean Legal counsel to President Nixon during Watergate and author of "Blind Ambition," "Lost Honor," "The Rehnquist Choice," "Warren G. Harding," "Worse Than Watergate," and "Conservatives Without Conscience."
- Dick Thornburgh Former U.S. Attorney General
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