WHICH U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE WOULD
YOU TAKE TO LUNCH? AND WHERE? AS TOLD TO LAUREN PECK
I’d probably want to take her to eat at
Mia’s Restaurant on Lemmon because it
has phenomenal Tex-Mex out of the Dallas
area. It’s well-known and Mia’s has been
around for a while.
I’d like to take her simply because she’s
a good influence, a good mentor, a good
example and role model for women,
not only in just the United States, but
elsewhere. She’s got a great background
and a great story, and is clearly very smart
and enjoys what she does.
JENNIFER L. CLOUD / ASSOCIATE,
STEED FLAGG LAMBERTH; ROCKWALL;
CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION; BUSINESS
I would probably
take Justice [John]
Actually, I am going to the Supreme
Court in March to get sworn in. I’m very
excited; we’re going through a group of
I would probably just want to sit in [the
Supreme Court building] cafeteria. I would
just want to sit in a corner booth and
pick his brain and talk to him about all of
the experiences of his legal career from
beginning to end.
HOLLY D. FRIEDMAN / OF COUNSEL,
MCCATHERN PLLC; DALLAS; FAMILY LAW
Scalia. And I’m in
Texas, so barbecue.
Because he has such strong views, I’d be
interested to hear in more detail how he
developed them, and on a more personal
level, understand what his influences are
and what his thinking is.
ROBERT RIDDLE / PARTNER, REED SMITH;
HOUSTON; INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
LITIGATION; INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY