Not true. Even in a small firm the two can co-exist if there is mutual trust and respect. In a large firm like Hogan it is very possible to despise a fellow partner but work for the same operation. The only time their paths would absolutely have to cross would be the annual Christmas party.
I do have one small concern, however silly. I noticed Roberts wife is a member of the American Bar Association. I don't know any pro-life conservatives who are members of that organization, and I know way too many lawyers.
DID YOU READ THE ARTICLE YESTERDAY BY ANN COULTER POSTED HERE?
SHE NOTED THAT ROBERTS HAD NEVER STATED AN OPINION OF HIS OWN FOR 50 YEARS. HE REPRESENTED HIS CLIENTS.
Sorry for the caps. Just noticed it. No intention of shouting. Please forgive me .... I do not want to retype the above.
Wouldn't it be a 'coup; if they (the liberals) got a ringer by us? That essentially is what happened with the former President Bush Senior. His nomination to the Supreme turned out to be liberal..
Of course the liberals will have to make it look good. We need to look at this John Roberts closely. A true unknown as to his politics ... according to Ann Coulter.