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November 24, 2008



They aren't worth half what they make now. Appellate judges farm out 90% of the work to fresh-faced law students who haven't tried a single case in their lives. If it is good enough for 90% of litigants, maybe we should go the full monty and let every case be decided by kids making about as much as the average store manager at Wal-Mart.

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