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Anthony M. Kennedy – 2008

Anthony M. Kennedy – 2008

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III. N-JNVESTM ENT ME. (Reporting individual and spouse; see pp. 7-U offiling in51ructions.) Filers Non-Investment Income NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) 
 
 
SOURCE AND TYPE COME 
(yours, not spouses) July 2008 McGeorge School Law, Univ.of the Pacific (Teaching) $21.700.00 Sepr. 2008 University Michigan (Teaching) $3,500.00 Spouses Non-Investment Income -I/you were married during any portion ofthe reporting year, complete this section. (Dollar amount not required except for honoraria.) NONE (No reportable non-investment income.) SOURCE AND TYPE Monthly California Seate Teachers Retiremenr System 
 
 
IV. REIMBURSEMENTS -transportation, lodging.food, entertainmenL (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 15-17 filing mstrucrioru.) 
Justice Anthony Kennedy 
Exhibit 
2008 Part Reimbursement 
 
United Nations February 5-8: Lodging, food, and 
(Attend the 5th meeting the Commission transportation from Washington, the Legal Empowerment the Poor). New York and return. 
Harvard Law School March 10-11: Lodging, food, and 
(Teach courses Harvard) transportation from Washington, 
Harvard and return. (self 
 
Court Appeals for the Ninth Circuit March 30-April Lodging, food, and 
(Attend the Ninth Circuit Judges transportation from Washington, 
Symposium) California and return. (Self). (Prorated 
with Supreme Court and University the 
Pacific McGeorge School Law). 
Supreme Court the United States March 30-April Lodging, food, and 
(Attend the Ninth Circuit Judges transportation from Washington, 
Symposium) California and return. (Self). (Prorated 
with the Court Appeals and University the Pacific McGeorge School Law). 
Teaching University the Pacific March 30-April Lodging, food, and 
McGeorge School Law transportation from Washington, 
California and return. (Self 
(Prorated with the Supreme Court the 
United States and the Ninth Circuit). 
Colonial WilJiamsburg Foundation April 24-26: Lodging and food 
(Attend Board meetings) Williamsburg.(Self). 
Colonial WilJiamsburg Foundation June 16-17: Lodging and food 
(Attend Board meetings) Williamsburg (Self 
Pacific McGeorge School Law June 30-July 26: Lodging, food, and 
(Teach courses Pacific McGeorge transportation from Washington, 
School Law conjunction with the Salzburg, Austria and return. (Self 
University Salzburg) (Prorated with the Court 
Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the 
Aspen Institute). 
Ninth Circuit Judges Conference July 28-31: Lodging, food, and 
(Attend the Ninth Circuit Judges transportation from Washington, 
Conference) Sun Valley, CA, Aspen, and return 
Washington (Self -(Prorated 
with the University the Pacific 
McGeorge School Law and the Aspen 
Institute). 
 
Aspen Institute July 28-31: Lodging, food, and 
(Speak the Aspen Institute) transportation from Washington, 
Sun Valley, CA, Aspen, and return 
Washington (Self -(Prorated 
with the Ninth Circuit and the University 
the Pacific McGeorge School Law). 
 
 
Justice Anthony Kennedy 
Exhibit 
2008 Part Reimbursement 
 
University Michigan Law School September 10-12: Lodging, food, and (Teach) transportation from Washington, Detroit, and return. (Self- 
Lewis Clark Law School September 17-23: Lodging, food, and (Teach, deliver remarks meeting transportation from Washington, sponsored the Federal Judicial Center) Portland and San Francisco and return. 
(Self-(Prorated with the Court Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Supreme Court). 
Court Appeals for the Ninth Circuit September 17-23: Lodging San (Preside bane session the Court Francisco (Self (Prorated Appeals) with Lewis and Clark Law School and the 
Supreme Court the United States). 
Supreme Court the United States (Teach; deliver remarks judicial center meetings; and presided over bane session the Court Appeals) September 17-23: Transportation from Washington, Portland and San Francisco and return. (Self). (Prorated with the Court Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Lewis and Clark Law School). 
Yale Global Constitutional Seminar September 24-27: Lodging, food, and (Attend the Yale Global Constitutional transportation from Washington, Seminar) Connecticut and return. (Self 
Stanford University October 10-11: Lodging, food, and (Participate Roundtable panel transportation from Washington, discussion) Stanford, and return. (Self 
Peking University School October 19-25: Lodging, food, and Transnational Law transportation from Washington, (Speak the Peking University School Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China and Transnational Law) return. (Self -(Prorated with 
the Law Society the Hong Kong). 
The Law Society the Hong Kong 
(Deliver keynote address the Inauguration the Law Society the Hong Kong Academy Law October 19-25: Lodging, food, and transportation from Washington, Hong Kong and return. (Self (Prorated with Peking University School Transnational Law). 
Duke Law School November 7-8: Lodging, food, and 
(Teach and lecture) transportation from Washington, 
Raleigh Durham, and return. (Self 
 
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation November 20-23: Lodging and food (Attend Board meetings) Williamsburg. (Sel 
 
 
V GIFTS. (Includes those spouse and dependent children; supp. 28-31 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable gifts.) 
DESCRIPTION VALUE 
Del Paso Coun!ry Club* $1,200.00 Honorary Membership University Club $700.00 Honorary Membership Washington Golf and Counrry Club $700.00 Note: Withdrew before the end the reporting period 
VI. LIABILITIES. (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see pp. 31-33 filing instructions.) NONE (No reportable liabilities.) 
DESCRIPTION VALUE CODE 
 
 
Name Person Reporrln,g Dare Reporr 
VII: INVESTl!IENTS and TRUSTS -income, value, transactions (Includes those spouse and dependent children; see PP-34-60 filing instructions.} NONE (No reportable income, assets, transactions) 
Description Assets Income during Gross value end Transactions during reporting period 
(including rrusr assers) reponing period repomng period 
 
(I) (2) (2) 
(5) 
Place (X) after each asset ount Type (e.g. Value Value Type. (e.g., Dare Value Gain Identity 
exempt from prior disclosure Code div., rent, Code Method buy, sell. Month: Code Code buyer/seller 
(A-H) lnr.) (J-P) Code redempt ion) Day (J-P) (A-H) (if private 
 
transaction) Cash PNC Bank Life A1U1uity (universal life policy) Metropolitan Life Ins_ (whole .life policy) New England Life Ins. Co_ (whole life policy) Trust-I -Cash Wells Fargo Bank 
IO. 
Interest 
Dividend 
Dividend 
Dividend 
Interest 
12_ 
13_ 
14_ 
15_ 
16_ Income Gain Codes =Sl,000 less 
(See Columns and 04) 550,001 -SI00,000 Value Codes SI 5,000 
(See Columns and OJ} 5250,00 -5500.000 525,000,001 -SS0_000,000 Vlue Method Codes 0Appra1sal (Sec Column C2) Book Value 
BSl,OOl -S2.500 SI00,001 -Sl,000,000 515,001 -$50.000 5500,001 -51.000.000 =Cost (Real Esutc Only) =01hcr 52,50 -55.000 =Sl.000,001 -55,000,000 =$50,00I -SI 00,000 s1 ooo.oor -55.ooo.ooo =More than S50,0t>o.ooo Asssment =Es1imatcd 
DS5,00I -515.000 =More 1han S5.000,000 =SI00,001 -5250,000 Sl,000,001 -525,000,000 =Cash Market =515.00 -550,000 
Date Report 
Namr Prrson Reporting 
Kennedy,-Anthony lI. 
05/08/2009 
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EXPLANATIONS. (/ndicatepartofReport) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that infonnation given above (including information pertaining spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, tTue, and complete the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because met applicable statulory provisions permitting non-disclosure. further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance gifts which have been reported are compliance with the provisions U.S.C. app.  501 et. seq., U.S.C.  7353, and Judicial Conference regulations. 
 
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL -HO KNOWINGLY AND WILFULLY FALSIFIES FAILS FILE THIS REPORT MAY SUBJECT CIVIL AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS U.S.C. app.  104)