Breyer, a Harvard law alumnus who also teaches at the school, is the 82nd oldest judge of the court, the elections of President Joe Biden and most of the Senate Democrats sparked the talk. It is said that Brayer, appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1994, will be appointed as soon as his retirement, perhaps as early as in the summer.
While he did not say anything publicly about his plans. But that speech can be read as a farewell full of urges of the public to view the judge as more. “Junior League politician”
For example, he noted that although the court received a majority. But courts over the past year have also refrained from participating in the 2020 election, handing over victory to Louisiana abortion clinics and rejecting former President Donald Trump̵7;s efforts to end legal protections. For immigrants who are Took to the United States as a child
Trump appoints three judges to court, the last of which was Amy Coney Barrett replacing late Ruth Bader Ginsburg in October.
Breyer admits that a conservative view prevails over other decisions.
“These hearings lead me to believe it is wrong to think of the court as another political institution,” he said.
Breyer’s speech is part of Harvard’s Scalia Lecture Series, named after late Judge Antonin Scalia.Breyer and Scalia have been high court colleagues for more than two decades.