Ever wondered how to become a member of the Supremes?

Today marks the start of the most convoluted Supreme Court confirmation battles in history. Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s pick to replace Justice Scalia, will appear before the US Senate Judiciary Committee, and endure questioning as to his eligibility to become the country’s 113th Supreme Court justice. I recently wrote about the issues behind the […]

via Confirmation process of a US Supreme Court nominee. — thelegalwingofit

The Legal Wing of It has the information you’re looking for! With the Senate Hearings beginning yesterday, it could be a good idea to educate yourself on the process of what it takes to become a Supreme.

This little clerk has a snow day!

 

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This is me. I’m playing in the snow.

This little clerk has a day off from work! Woohoooooo! Unfortunately, because being an adult means that adult responsibilities are always present, here’s a list of all the things I have to do today:

  1. Finish the work that I brought home yesterday.
  2. Find three firms that I’m interested in applying to.
  3. Apply to those three firms.
  4. Save photos of flowers for my bouquet.
  5. Save photos of cake for cakespiration.
  6. Make some homemade meatballs and homemade tomato sauce.
  7. Take a nap.
  8. Do some laundry.
  9. Netflix it up.

Anybody else have a snow day today? How are you handling this blizzardy weather?