Antonin G. Scalia’s death in 2016 inspired the other members of the U.S. Supreme Court to try and compromise more often, Justice Elena Kagan said Monday during an appearance at the Chicago-Kent College of Law.For 14 months until the Senate confirmation of Neil Gorsuch, the court had eight members instead of nine, increasing the likelihood of 4-4 splits that would let lower court rulings stand.“Nobody wants an …