Six weeks after retiring from the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice David Souter's new life is taking shape -- a New Hampshire life that will keep him away from Washington, D.C., as much as humanly possible. Unlike many retired justices who keep chambers at the Supreme Court or at the nearby Thurgood Marshall judicial building, Souter will not have an office in Washington. He's using an office at the federal courthouse in Concord, N.H., where he's had summer chambers since he joined the high court in 1990.
Souter Returns to the Granite State
The National Law Journal
August 17, 2009