If John Roberts is confirmed to the Supreme Court, Harvard Law School could make an unprecedented boast: five of its graduates on the Court simultaneously. But some aren't convinced the Harvard ascendancy would spell good news: One court scholar worries that the pipeline to the high court is narrowing to those on the kind of career path Harvard Law grads excel at: judicial clerkships and judgeships, top jobs in big law firms or the government.
Harvard Poised to Become First Law School With High Court Majority
The Associated Press
August 5, 2005
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