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Norm Pattis: Great Divide Separates Judges From Lawyers

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

I saw U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Meyer on the bench in Bridgeport the other day, and my heart was filled with sorrow. Oh, he looked happy enough, all right, sitting atop justice's pyramid, parsing the arguments of the litigants who appeared before him. He's a brand-spanking-new federal judge who already looks as though he has been presiding forever over other people's troubles.