That can easily be said of the most actively litigious member of the Harvard Law faculty. Though as an old friend (we came from the same Brooklyn neighborhood) I can fault him for his participation in the defense of O.J. Simpson, he is always worth close attention. Whether telling tales from the courtroom or clarifying the politics of the middle east or the U.S. his presentation is inevitably fascinating. Here he is in full form in a conversation from the year 2000.