When Ted Cruz Was a Supreme Court Law Clerk

When at Harvard Law School Cruz reportedly set up a study group that allowed as members only those who had been to Harvard, Yale, and Princeton.

So, while Cruz is clerking at the Court, a bunch of fellow clerks are chatting over lunch about Cruz.

“Did you hear that when at Harvard his study group only allowed people from Harvard, Yale and Princeton?”

Sounds of shock, agreement, and sympathy.

Then one of the clerks articulates the reason for the astonishment that they are all feeling:

“Why on earth did they let in someone from Princeton?”

(Previously posted in my access to justice blog.)

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