Wednesday, November 02, 2005
More on Alito
|I had read a list of some of Alito's cases and realized that of the five I read about I disgreed strongly with three decisions, including his comments about the decision, but that I agreed with two of them. Still wondering what "conservative" actually means in reference to Judge Alito. Because that's the real question isn't it? To what extent will his personal ideology color his decisions?|
From the LATimes:
Clark Lombardi, now a law professor at the University of Washington, became a clerk for Alito in 1999.
There's one description of conservative. Yet, I'm always suspicious of gushingly positive opinions about anyone. Another gush from the same article:
Joel Friedman teaches labor and employment law at Tulane University Law School, but is temporarily at the University of Pittsburgh because of Tulane's shutdown following Hurricane Katrina.