Law360, Washington (November 19, 2018, 7:31 PM EST) -- Members of the U.S. Supreme Court have sought in recent days to preserve the court’s reputation as a nonpartisan institution on the heels of one of the most bitter confirmation fights in decades, insisting through interviews and other public appearances that their work will be unaffected by the partisan uproar over Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment.
At the University of Minnesota Law School in Minneapolis last month, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. was the first to break the ice about “the contentious events in Washington of recent weeks,” a reference to the fallout from allegations that Justice Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted several...
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