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            Interesting liberal piece mentioning Federalist Society role in Federal judicial pipeline

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            All of this drama sends a very clear message to promising young lawyers — you have a wealth of career options if you join the Federalist Society, but you should get used to disappointment if you play for the other team. As Lithwick worried in 2010, what will happen to “the next generation of liberal law students, who continue to hear the message that for a seat at the high court, whereas the brightest lights of the Federalist Society. . . are either already on the bench or will be seen as legitimate candidates the next time a Republican is in the White House?”

            Posted on August 9th, 2017 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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