November 17, 2011: Important officials in the development and execution of President Nixon’s policy regarding the Judicial Branch gathered at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. to discuss the impact and legacy of Nixon’s Supreme Court Appointments. The panel was moderated by Fred Fielding, Counsel to Presidents Nixon, Reagan, and George W. Bush, and the panelists consisted of Pat Buchanan, a Nixon speechwriter, Wallace Johnson, Associate Deputy Attorney General in charge of Congressional Relations, Earl Silbert, US Attorney for the District of Columbia, and G. Robert Blakey, Department of Justice prosecutor and Majority Counsel of the Senate Judiciary. Particular attention was devoted to the transition from the Warren Court to the Burger Court.