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Opinion: Discrimination Through The Judge's Lens

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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After the death of Justice Thurgood Marshall, his colleague Justice Byron White described the contribution of the nation's first black justice to the conference of the justices this way: "Marshall told us what we didn't know and what we didn't want to hear." Posner's admirably candid admission should serve as a reminder to judges that self-awareness about their own limitations is part of judging, too.•

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