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November 20, 2006
Supreme Court Overreliance on Law Clerks?
In addition to recent scholarly examinations of the influence of U.S. Supreme Court clerks, which we reported here and here, consider this very recent and brief FindLaw article written by former clerk (and now L.A.-based practioner and frequent adjunct law professor) Edward Lazarus. He writes on this issue and other internal dynamics of the new Court. Lazarus is author of Closed Chambers: The Rise, Fall, and Future of the Modern Supreme Court (1999). [Alan Childress]
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