The Supreme Court Needed an Ethics Code Yesterday
Posted by kswisher on Friday, August, 9, 2013
Brilliant Professors Charlie Geyh and Steve Gillers have just written an op ed on the Supreme Court’s incredible failure to adopt an ethics code. In it, they mention (among other current topics) the recent introduction of the Supreme Court Ethics Act of 2013, which would attempt to require the Court to adopt an ethics code — any ethics code. (To be sure, the act would require that the Court adopt the structure of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges, but the Court could deviate from it as “appropriate.”)
To read their brief but important piece, click here.