A group of 33 law professors, former state Supreme Court justices and practitioners are urging the attorney general and the heads of the Senate and House judiciary committees to consider four major changes in the operation of the U.S. Supreme Court, including regular appointment of justices and the involvement of appellate judges in the selection of cases. A law professor in the group said that the proposals stem from the thought that "the Supreme Court has gotten a little too big for its britches."
Law Profs, Former Judges, Attorneys Urge Major Reforms for Supreme Court
The National Law Journal
February 12, 2009