mitchellosu wrote >>
...suspense of waiting to find out what Scalia thinks of OSU law grads?
Oh, was that your question? You might want to be more specific next time. Or do they not teach basic communication at OSU? (blam!)
Okay, so, who cares what a Supreme Court justice thinks of OSU law grads? Brief list since it's only 7:30am: Anyone who is thinking of going into constitutional law, runs a law firm that specializes in constitutional law, or is thinking of hiring a lawyer to represent their case to the Supreme Court--or for that matter, a case that might eventually make it to the Supreme Court (specially if they're interested in winning). Anyone at the school who teaches constitutional law or pre-law, the dean of Moritz, the OSU board of regents, alumni donors, probably the city and state governments given how much money the school brings in, anyone who publishes a regular guide to choosing a law school. Jeff Sutton. You could probably widen this list to include "all current and future trial lawyers," but to be fair I don't think Kevin Kurgis is going to be too choked up.
Most of all, it sounds like you do. I appreciate the flippancy of saying "fuck that guy he's fat," but seriously. You can't pretend to disregard the importance of a Supreme Court justice's opinion about future happenings in the Supreme Court simply because he's fat and likes cheetos*. You're going to end up looking like someone who is either ignorant of the court's importance, or trying way too hard to hide the tears.
* Note this opinion of his is not important; this is just trivia.