Jonathan Entin, associate dean for academic affairs and professor of law and political science, spoke at a symposium on the 40th anniversary of Watergate Jan. 27. John Dean was the keynote speaker, and other participants included Alexander Butterfield, who disclosed the existence of the White House taping system, and Jill Wine-Banks, who, as assistant special prosecutor, played a major role in the cover-up trial and in events leading to the trial. The program was sponsored by the Chapman Law Review and will appear on C-SPAN.

In addition, Entin spoke at an on-campus program with law professor George Dent on affirmative action and racial preferences in January. Law Dean Lawrence Mitchell moderated the program, which was sponsored by the Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society.