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Walter Dellinger: Partner and chair of the Appellate Practice at O'Melveny and Myers; Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard University while on leave from his professorship at Duke Law School; head of the Office of Legal Counsel and acting Solicitor General (U.S.) in the Clinton Administration
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