What can’t you find on the Internet these days?
From the “too much about nothing” blog (hey, I gave up trying to find the author’s name or I would have mentioned it), it’s the list of Justice Harry Blackmun’s law school grades from his law school transcript.
Obviously, Blackmun went law school in the days before “grade inflation.”
That “C” in constitutional law probably would be a problem in today’s world of Senate hearings. Interesting how grades that today would all but keep someone from getting hired at most law firms proved to be no impediment to well-respected service on the Supreme Court.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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