Hugh Hewitt deserves a lot of credit for highlighting judges as an important issue in the 2016 election cycle. The next president is likely to appoint at least two justices, possibly three or four, establishing a new majority on a broad range of extremely important legal/constitutional questions. Continuing his interest in the topic, last week he interviewed Chris Christie and asked him about the Court and the kind of justices he would appoint.
Hewitt asked about the pattern of appointing justices from elite law schools, to which Christie replied:
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