Deborah Jones Merritt, law professor at Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law, readily confessed recently that she feels like “the Erin Brockovich of the Supreme Court” these days. That’s because, when she rises to argue for the respondent in the copyright case Reed Elsevier v. Muchnick today, there will be “so many lawyers on the other side.”
But that’s okay; at her side will be her co-counsel and husband Andrew Lloyd Merritt, who once was a law professor but now is a full-time musician.
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