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Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, speaks with members of the press at a news conference regarding judicial nominations and the need for up and down votes on the Senate floor, on May 24, 2005 in Washington. Fourteen Republicans and Democrats came together and reached a compromise the night before on the controversial vote to end the use of the filibuster in the Senate. Rep. Dan Lungren, left, and Roger Pilon, right, listen in...(UPI Photo/Michael Kleinfeld)..
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Roger Pilon is Vice President for Legal Affairs for the Cato Institute, and an American libertarian legal theorist. In particular, he has developed a libertarian version of the rights theory of his teacher, noted philosopher Alan Gewirth. These views are discussed in discourse ethics.

Roger Pilon has three philosophy degrees: a bachelor's degree from Columbia University and a masters and doctorate, both from the University of Chicago. He also earned a law degree at the George Washington University.

Pilon is the publisher of the Cato Supreme Court Review. His writing has appeared in such newspapers as the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times. He also frequently appears on television shows and testifies before Congress. In addition, Pilon held five senior posts in the administration of Ronald Reagan.

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