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September 17, 2009

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anonymous

Who were the 3 who voted against him? I'm surprised.

FJF

Speaking as an alumnus of Regis, Judge Lynch could not have been first in his class, simply because Regis doesn't rank its students. I'm not sure if this is a recent policy, but I was under the impression that it never did.

Jon

First in his class at Regis High School, valedictorian at Columbia College, first in his class at Columbia Law School, Supreme Court clerk, prosecutor, law professor, District Court judge and so much more. You have to really wonder about the three knuckleheads who found some excuse to vote against him....

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