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John Scalia recently made partner at San Francisco’s 28-lawyer Curiale Dellaverson Hirschfeld Kelly & Kraemer. Not huge news except that he is the son of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Scalia the younger — a 1991 graduate of Northwestern University School of Law — said being seen as “Justice Jr.” has not always been easy, but having a famous pop has certainly helped his career in the sense that he has name recognition and expert advice at his fingertips. But don’t expect Scalia to try and fill his father’s robe. The labor and employment lawyer says he has no ambitions for the bench. Either way, Scalia has already upstaged his dad in one sense. “He was never a partner in a law firm,” he said.

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