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September 21, 2005

Continued blogosphere buzz

As was true late yesterday, thoughtful bloggers are continuing thoughtful discussions of some recent sentencing news items and posts:

  • Reacting to my post about limited criminal law and trial experience of sitting Supreme Court justices, Stephen Bainbridge in this post notes the need for a securities law expert and details the impact that unique expertise could have on SCOTUS decision-making.   (Since Bainbridge suggests that he is looking for someone in the mold of Justice Lewis Powell, he will perhaps be pleased to see that my colleague Dale Oesterle at the Business Law Prof Blog here compares John Roberts to Justice Powell.)

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