This seems to be a case of a conflict of interest in the highest Court in America.
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A federal judge who said he will no longer hire clerks from Yale Law School garnered criticism from the legal community, one of whom said his comments could create ethics problems.
Legal ethics adviser and University of Miami Law professor Jan Jacobowitz said comments from Judge James Ho of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit criticizing Yale could create recusal problems in the future.
At a speech Ho gave Thursday to the Kentucky Chapters Conference of the Federalist Society, he pledged not to hire students who “want the closed and intolerant environment that Yale embraces today,” referencing a March event hosted by Yale’s Federalist Society chapter that featured Kristen Waggoner of the Alliance Defending Freedom. Conservative outlets claimed protestors, who opposed Waggoner for her anti-LGBTQ views, were so loud and violent that police needed to be called. Other reports suggest the scene was less dramatic.
|Judge Rodney Gilstrap|