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Monday, August 22, 2005

Nudity for a SCOTUS Clerkship

Will Baude has posted Part I of a 20 questions interview with Article III Groupie here.  It is certainly worth a quick read--and raises the provocative question of whether you would would pose nude on the internet for a SCOTUS clerkship.  I suppose I would have at a certain time in my life; now, likely not.  Well, I might pose nude but I wouldn't need a SCOTUS clerkship as special inducement.

A quick counternarrative of interviews with SCOTUS justices: my interview was fairly substantive--but only because I was forcing substantive matters into the interview.  The people who interviewed successfully, I'm told, talked about Chicago, Chicago sports, flying planes, and growing marijuana.  So for some of you SCOTUS clerkship hopefuls out there: talking about baseball may serve you better than talking about statutory interpretation. 

Posted by Ethan Leib on August 22, 2005 at 04:46 PM in Blogging | Permalink

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Ethan: are you daring us to dare you to post naked pictures? Because I, for one, won't be suckered.

Also, who's up for banding together to obtain the necessary in order to get A3G's picture online?

Posted by: Eh Nonymous | Aug 22, 2005 8:50:24 PM

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