chambers of the justices are “like nine firms, sometimes practising law against one another"

O’Brien quotes Justice Harlan explaining to Justice Potter Stewart that the chambers of the justices are “like nine firms, sometimes practicing law against one another.” (O’Brien, p. 132). Justice Powell said, “we function as nine small, independent law firms.” Id. Now that you have read this author’s description of how the Court functions and the role of the participants, do you have an opinion as to whether the justices should be appointed for life or whether another appointment timeline or election system should be devised.

In addition to the article provided in the week’s Lesson for your reference, defend your position with at least two reliable references.

 

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