Thursday, April 17, 2003

One of the most provocative law review articles I've read this year is Choi and
Gulati's A Tournament of Judges
, in which they argue that Supreme Court Justices should be chosen purely based on the outcome of an ongoing "tournament" among lower court judges, with the criteria for "winning" a Supreme Court slot being things like citations, reversals by higher courts, etc. Lawrence Solum disagrees strongly in a post well worth reading.


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