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Judge Kozinski, for whom I clerked, is a Reagan appointee, and Thomas is a Clinton appointee.
She namely clerked for Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall before entering private practice from 1989 to 1991.
Turkish Press 2010
And people that had dealt with broad complexities of life and society while showing excellent judgment and temperment in meaningful careers who then went out and got midlife law degrees from non-Ivy schools and never 'clerked' for famous lawyers - cops, FBI agents, farmers, doctors..
Real diversity on the Supreme Court. Ann Althouse 2009
To him it was sheer romance to parade through town with a tin haversack of carbons for the arc-lights, familiarly lowering the high-hung mysterious lamps, while his plodding acquaintances "clerked" in stores on Saturdays, or tended furnaces.
The Trail of the Hawk A Comedy of the Seriousness of Life Sinclair Lewis 1918
After graduating from Harvard Law School, he had clerked for conservative federal court of appeals judge Laurence Silberman and then for Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia.
The Conservative Assault on the Constitution Erwin Chemerinsky 2010
I graduated from the U. in 1991 and clerked for the Utah Attorney General both my 2L and 3L years (1989 – 1991).
Then when I clerked I used WP, and it was night and day.
One thing to look forward to: a visit by Justice Alito, for whom Mr. Acosta clerked while he was on the Court of Appeals.
Jay: but the author of the OP clerked for Justice Souter and spent time inOLC
If the claim is that all three clerked for liberal Justices, Zuch has a point that Blackmun anno 1976 was hardly a liberal.