Courtiers of the Marble Palace: the rise and influence of the Supreme Court law clerk

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Stanford Law and Politics, May 3, 2006 - Law - 310 pages
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"Courtiers of the Marble Palace" explores how law clerks are hired and utilized by United States Supreme Court justices.

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Peppers (public affairs, Roanoke Coll.) here traces the modern institution of Supreme Court clerks. He shows how the duties of the law clerk expanded with the unprecedented caseload increases that ... Read full review

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Peppers (public affairs, Roanoke Coll.) here traces the modern institution of Supreme Court clerks. He shows how the duties of the law clerk expanded with the unprecedented caseload increases that ... Read full review

Contents

A Portrait of the Supreme Court Law Clerk
17
The Law Clerk as Stenographer
38
The Law Clerk as Legal Assistant
83
Copyright

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Todd C. Peppers is Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Affairs at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia.

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