Feeding the Right Stuff
- Author(s): Ross Davies
- Date Posted: November 2013
- Law & Economics #: 13-65
- Availability: Full text (most recent) on SSRN
Being a feeder judge (that is, a judge whose clerks routinely go on to clerk for a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court) must be difficult. Hard at the start of the process and, alas, sometimes even harder at the end. While a number of forthright scholars and judges have described the challenges at the start, information about difficult endings is in shorter supply. But not nonexistent.