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December 9, 2004

Revealing my sentencing bias

Via Howard Bashman here, I discovered that legalaffairs.org is conducting this entertainingly silly poll entitled "Who Are the Top 20 Legal Thinkers in America?"  It helps pass the time as we wait for Booker and Fanfan.

I found my votes were greatly biased by my sentencing-focused view of the legal world — although, as a matter of principle, I did not vote for any Supreme Court justices because they have not yet given us Booker and Fanfan (and because they sort of have an unfair name-recognition advantage).

December 9, 2004 at 01:30 PM | Permalink

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