After 30 years on the beat, Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Linda Greenhouse left behind daily Supreme Court coverage in 2008. But she is busier than ever, and the Supreme Court is still her professional focus. Greenhouse teaches courses on the Court as a journalist-in-residence at Yale Law School. And in a regular online column for the Times, she expresses views about the Court that she could not give voice to before.
Linda Greenhouse on the justices, leaks and life after the Supreme Court beat
The National Law Journal
July 18, 2012
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