"FACED WITH LEGAL PUZZLES, JUDGES OFTEN TURN TO FELLOW JURISTS" THE NEW YORK TIMES

When difficult questions arise, judges frequently look to their colleagues for guidance. Joshua L. Dratel explains why this can be problematic when acting as an advocate, noting that "you always like to be able to argue your position directly to the decider, and if other people are contributing to the decision, I'm robbed of that opportunity."

CLICK FOR FULL ARTICLE