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Judging A Book: Wood Reviews 'The Making Of A Justice'

Law360 (May 13, 2019, 4:54 PM EDT) -- This article is part of an Expert Analysis series of book reviews from judges.

Judge Diane Wood

Few people in the history of the United States have been better placed than U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens to reflect on one of the most critical parts of our government, our Supreme Court. It is the tribunal of last resort on all questions of federal law. Only two people in our history have served on the Supreme Court longer than Justice Stevens, whose tenure lasted 34 years, five months and 11 days, from Dec. 19, 1975, through June 29, 2010....

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