Chief justice returns to Indiana for law school lecture

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Chief Justice John Roberts will be the third member of the U.S. Supreme Court to give the James P. White Lecture on Legal
Education at the Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis.

Roberts will follow in the footsteps of Sandra Day O'Connor in 2002 and Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2007 when he gives the
lecture Thursday.

Roberts grew up in the northern Indiana town of Long Beach and became chief justice in 2005.

He made news last month during a lecture at the University of Alabama when he called President Barack Obama's criticism
of the nation's highest court during the State of the Union address was "very troubling" and questioned whether
justices should attend the annual address to Congress.

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