SCOTUS Map: March and April 2019

Justice Clarence Thomas, who turns 71 this year, dismissed talk of his retirement from the Supreme Court during an appearance at Pepperdine University School of Law’s Annual Dinner on March 30. “I’m not retiring,” he declared in response to a question about his hypothetical retirement party years down the line. “You’re not going to argue with me,” the moderator, incoming Pepperdine University president James A. Gash, joked. “I know, but I’m not retiring,” Thomas reiterated. “Twenty years?” “No.” “… Thirty years?” “No.” The National Law Journal (subscription required), CNN and ABC covered Thomas’ remarks. Video of the talk is available on C-SPAN. On April 4, Thomas hosted the Inaugural Reception and Ceremony for the Horatio Alger Association at the Supreme Court, presenting new members of the association with the…

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