Justice Breyer, Off the Bench, Sounds an Alarm Over the Supreme Court’s Direction

March 18, 2024

In earlier interviews, Justice Breyer could be rambling and opaque. Justice Breyer, who had dissented, wrote that the decision was stunningly naïve in saying it was returning the question of abortion to the political process. Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, a former law clerk to Justice Breyer, now occupies his seat. Justice Breyer, who was appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1994, has returned to Harvard Law School, where he taught before becoming a judge. Not a bad point.’ And that’s all.”The post Justice Breyer, Off the Bench, Sounds an Alarm Over the Supreme Court’s Direction appeared first on New York Times.