Taft attorney James A. Strain was quoted in the article "Theater company stages 'The Originalist' to get people talking," which was published in Indiana Lawyer today. The article discusses the Indiana Repertory Theatre's new production of "The Originalist," which explores the interactions between two politically and personally different people — the late Justice Antonin Scalia and his law clerk. At the request of the theater, Strain will lead a post-show discussion after the Nov. 5 performance with other one-time U.S. Supreme Court law clerks. Strain clerked for the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist during the October 1972 term.
Strain is a partner in Taft's Business & Finance group and a long-time supporter of the IRT.