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Writing in the National Law Journal, Tony Mauro has warm words for Supreme Ambitions. He praises the book as “a thriller that captures the law clerk experience masterfully, with all its intensity, competitiveness, big-bucks allure and prestige.” Mauro also unpacks some of the backstory behind the book, situates it within the larger context of “clerk lit,” and picks up on some of the little details in Supreme Ambitions aimed at SCOTUS obsessives.

Considering that Mauro is one of the nation’s leading Supreme Court correspondents and a longtime chronicler of the SCOTUS clerk phenomenon, I am especially grateful for his praise. Check out his full article via the link below.

David Lat Channels Law Clerk Experience in ‘Supreme Ambitions’ [National Law Journal (reg. required)]

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