Sunday, April 21, 2013

If Robert Bork Were on the Court

What Might Have Been?
25 Years of Robert Bork on the Supreme Court

By Benjamin P. Pomerance
Ben Pomerance, a third year student at Albany Law School, is the Executive Editor for Symposium for the Albany Law Review and the 2012 Edgar and Margaret Sandman Fellow for the Government Law Center.  Ben received the New York State Bar Association President's Pro Bono Service Award in recognition of his founding and leading the law school’s Veterans Pro Bono Project.  He also received the Bar Association’s Elder Law Section Scholarship for his work in that field, including service as president of the school’s chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and a student editor of the Bar Association’s Elder Law Attorney publication.  Additionally, Ben is student co-chair of the Law School Liaison program and editor-in-chief of Law Student Connection, the Bar Association’s student newsletter.
This presentation was prepared for the Judicial Process Seminar, Fall 2012.

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