Harvard Law, Dominant at the High Court, Will Host Six Justices
The gathering this week will put on full display the Ivy League dominance on the current court. Indeed, the justices have faced criticism—and expressed their own concern—about the lack of law school diversity on the high court.
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In a rare joint venture, six U.S. Supreme Court justices who graduated from Harvard Law School will return to the campus Thursday to join the law school’s bicentennial celebration.
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