When Supreme Court Clerkships Become a Family Tradition
More than 2,000 men and women have served as U.S. Supreme Court law clerks since Justice Horace Gray hired the first one in 1882. Within that group, there’s “an ever more exclusive club,” as one scholar put it: the handful of former law clerks whose children have gone on to clerk at the court.
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