January 29, 2020
Latham & Watkins Forum
On two previous occasions, US presidents have been impeached (and Richard Nixon nearly was). Each time has involved a journey into uncharted waters, due to varying facts, political environments, and uncertainties about the law. The impeachment of President Donald Trump is no exception. At this Forum, moderated by Dean Trevor Morrison, NYU Law faculty members with expertise in constitutional law, prosecution, executive authority, and politics offered their assessments of the 2020 impeachment proceedings.
• Trevor Morrison, Dean and Eric M. and Laurie B. Roth Professor of Law
• Preet Bharara, Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Adjunct Professor of Law
• Anne Milgram ’96, Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Professor of Practice
• Melissa Murray, Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law
• Michael Waldman ’87, President, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law