If only people who are ideologically committed to a particular outcome argued to the courts, the law would be worse off.
About Charles Fried
|About||Charles Fried is a prominent American jurist and lawyer. He served as United States Solicitor General from 1985 to 1989. He is currently a professor at Harvard Law School. He is sometimes described as a conservative, but his political views are perhaps better characterized as consonant with those of classical liberalism.|
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