Who Fact Checks Supreme Court Opinions?

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's highly publicized error in a recent dissent highlights a surprising truth: when it comes to catching substantive mistakes, the only editors justices really have are their own law clerks. And one of those clerks might have made the flub in the first place.

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