U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy stunned the legal world on Wednesday by announcing his retirement after 30 years on the bench.
But the news may have hit the hardest for the four law clerks Kennedy hired to work for him at the court starting this summer: Aimee Brown, Alex Kazam, Clayton Kozinski and Conrad Scott.
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