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December 19, 2012


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D. Daniel Sokol

Within the antitrust community, Bork is probably both the most important academic for his writing and the most important in how he transformed policy. See my post at

Patrick S. O'Donnell

I like Michael Dorf's assessment:


When I was at the LLM program, a professor remarked, "Poor Bob -- he should have stuck with antitrust." I think that sums it up pretty well.


As one wag noted today, after his Supreme Court rejection,Bork spent the rest of his life proving that his detractors were correct.

He was bright enough, to be sure, but that alone isn't enough for any job.

Third Coward Anonymous Commenter

And when I was at the LLM program, I remarked, "these arrogant self-important fools at this pompous law school. They'll never measure up to Robert Bork."

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