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Indiana Chief Justice Randall Shepard

John Krull, director of the Pulliam School of Journalism, hosts a discussion of the legacy of Randall Shepard, the nation’s longest-serving state chief justice

Randall T. Shepard in black robe standing in front of bookshelves of law books

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Randall T. Shepard

The most significant thing is that Randy—by his leadership, and that of his colleagues—made the Indiana Supreme Court relevant and significant. Not only here in Indiana, but across the country.

Profiles presents the March 8th episode from WFYI’s weekly program No Limits that explores the legacy of Randall T. Shepard, the Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court who retired last month.

The guests are John Krauss, director of the IU Public Policy Institute, and Sheila Kennedy, political science professor at IU’s School for Public and Environmental Affairs.

They discuss Shepard’s twenty-seven year career—his caseload, opinions, and his effect on Indiana law.

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