Supreme Court Justices

May 18, 2015


The justices returned to Yale Law School for reunion weekend, participating in a rare three-way discussion that touched on Supreme Court traditions, the court’s resistance to new technology, salsa dancing and many more insightful looks into the lives of the three Justices.

Justice Clarence Thomas, who has not asked a question from the Supreme Court bench since 2006, was expansive. Justice Samuel Alito Jr., who can appear dour during arguments, was revealed a lively wit, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor said she was working to temper a combative questioning style “that has held me in bad stead.”

One Response to Supreme Court Justices

  1. Krista A Martin says:

    So, it was decided that citizens have the right to burn the American Flag
    as a display in public, since this is now the right of every Justice,
    perhaps the American people would be interested, a special interest, in
    watching the Justices invoke their rights and burn the American Flag
    themselves on the courthouse steps of every courthouse in America.

    I do not believe that decision was civil because burning the American Flag
    on my dad’s Texas military base would be very uncivil.

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