The Most Pretentious Branch?

In his new book, The Credentialed Court, Benjamin H. Barton shows that, in selecting the most impeccably credentialed set of justices in history, we have also ensured that the Supreme Court will lack genuine diversity of life experience. This very narrow understanding of meritocracy has significant implications for the justice dispensed at the highest levels. Two Law & Liberty contributors review the book:

Ivy League Justice
Mark Pulliam

The Age of the Judicial Thoroughbred
Glenn Harlan Reynolds