Barrett at Chautauqua Institution, in Nuremberg, in Newsweek, and on Nuremberg in an Angry Planet Podcast


On July 11, Professor John Q. Barrett introduced Yale Law School professor Reva Siegel’s Robert H. Jackson Lecture on the Supreme Court, delivered at Chautauqua Institution.

On July 13, Professor Barrett delivered a keynote lecture in Nuremberg, Germany, to students in Creighton University’s “Nuremberg to the Hague (N2H)” program, California judges and lawyers commemorating the 76th anniversary of the international Nuremberg trial, and German colleagues.

On July 28, he wrote an essay for Newsweek, “Will Trump Face Justice? Don’t Give Up on Merrick Garland Just Yet,” concerning the House January 6 Committee and the parallel Department of Justice criminal investigations.

On August 12, Professor Barrett was the guest on the Angry Planet podcast, discussing the Nuremberg trials of Nazi war criminals following World War II and Nuremberg’s relevance to holding Russian Federation leaders accountable for 2022 aggression against Ukraine.