You wouldn't think a guy from Texas would be explaining the rule of law to a so-called constitutional lawyer from Harvard, but that just happened.
"There's a saying that everything's bigger in Texas, and this chief judge lives up to that adage," U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr., who also served as the District's U.S. attorney from 1993 to 1997, said when asked to introduce Lamberth at a May 2009 speech at the D.C. court. "Nothing associated with this judge is a rubber stamp. . . . Chief Lamberth is both a consummate lawyer and a consummate jurist."Stem cell judge used to stirring things up
Washington Post Staff Writers Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Entire decision is here.