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May 03, 2005



in the English court of appeal there is a Lord Justice Judge

You commented about the number of clerks Justice Stevens has. Though I can't speak about the current number of clerks he has, Justice Stevens has a history of having fewer clerks than the rest of the Court. There was a joke (not really a joke) in "The Official Lawyers Handbook," published in the early 1980's, that Stevens' clerks were overworked because he only had two of them, and Blackmun's clerks were overworked because he only had four of them.


nice job a3g

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