Post-clerkship career choices signal Supreme Court polarization

12/22/2009 | NYTimes.com

Former Supreme Court clerks are more apt than they used to be to take jobs that reflect the ideologies of the justices they served, according to a new study by law professors. "It's cause for concern mainly because it's a further piece of evidence of the polarization of the court," said William E. Nelson, one of the study's authors. The shift started around 1990, according to the study.

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