Monday, 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 349328_washington_dc_6 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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