Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was energized and enthusiastic as the keynote speaker this week for an event celebrating winners of a nationwide high school essay contest hosted by the Bill of Rights Institute. "This is the good part of the job," he told the friendly crowd. When asked how his judicial philosophy has changed since his law school days at Yale, Thomas laughed that "I didn't have one," because he was too busy trying to get through his classes. He also discussed handling tough cases.
Justice Thomas on Rights, Law School and Tough Cases
April 3, 2009