April 30, 2003

Strange things in Cambridge

Professor Volokh posted an interesting report attributed to Mark Stancil, on the argument before the Supreme Court in Virginia v. Hicks. Justice Stephen G. Breyer supposedly quipped that there were things called "private ways" in Cambridge but that "no one really understands what that means," Justice Antonin Scalia quickly retorted: "[T]here are a lot of things up in Cambridge that no one understands what they mean." I cannot confirm such occurrence, but have no reason to distrust Professor Volokh's source.

Posted by Tiger at April 30, 2003 07:07 PM