One year after joining the nation's highest court, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Jr. says he's gotten used to the culture shock of being in the spotlight, but he's still perplexed by something else: why the Court is deciding so few cases. In an exclusive interview with Legal Times' Tony Mauro, Alito also discusses the issues of cameras in the Court, the law clerk pool, Supreme Court advocacy and Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.'s oft-stated goal of achieving greater unanimity.
Alito Recaps First Year on High Court
February 7, 2007
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