If I were to tell you that I've engaged in soul-searching for the past few months, would you scoff? What! A trial lawyer with a soul? And me, of all people, a scrivener with a poison pen? What provoked this? The prospect of a judgeship was dangled before my eyes. I was in New York when the question was popped: "Have you ever thought of becoming a federal judge?" The questioner's eyes bored in, searching. My interlocutor was a person of some influence.
One Hand Clapping
Judge Pattis? Flirtation Ends In Rejection
The Connecticut Law Tribune
August 3, 2009
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