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On April 24, 2009, U. S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was not pulling any punches. Fielding questions from an audience of American University law students, he was asked whether it was likely that the law school’s students would be able to secure a clerkship at the nation’s highest court. His answer was characteristically blunt—not likely.

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