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The New Hampshire Capitol


Concord is the seat of the State of New Hampshire. While visiting St. Paul's, I am staying downtown at the Holiday Inn, right across from the State Capitol. When I taught in the Law and Government program at SPS, we enjoyed frequent field trips to see the state legislature in action and visit other working parts of the government. On one such trip to the New Hampshire Supreme Court, we had an enjoyable session with one of its judges, David Souter, who has since been elevated to the U.S. Supreme Court. Souter clearly enjoyed interacting with students and led a lively and thoughtful discussion.

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That was a pretty amazing audience with then-judge Souter. He was warm and smart and welcoming. That summer was truly transformative for me and it was because of moments like that. And because of some pretty amazing teachers who continue to inspire me -- thank you!.


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