John Roberts' Harvard classmates remember the U.S. Supreme Court nominee as a brilliant but modest individual with balanced views. "If he has a deep-seated, far-right ideology, he hid it from us for three years," said Mark Rosen, now a partner at Barrack, Rodos & Bacine. Rosen also recalls that Roberts had two goals when they were in their first year at Harvard: becoming a professor at the law school or serving on the high court. "It's up to him to say whether he got the consolation prize," Rosen said.
Recalling John Roberts From His Harvard Days
The Legal Intelligencer
July 22, 2005
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