The Libertarian Podcast, with Richard Epstein: How to Choose a Federal Judge


shutterstock_159118949As a matter of probability, the next president is likely going to get several cracks at Supreme Court appointments. As a matter of certainty, he or she is going to have scores of appointments to make to lower federal courts. All of which raises a question: how exactly do you pick the right person?

In this episode of The Libertarian podcast, Professor Epstein identifies the hallmarks of good and bad judges, considers whether the confirmation process in Washington has become too political, and lays out the structural reforms that he believes could help the federal judiciary. You can take this podcast on the go by subscribing to The Libertarian via iTunes or you can listen in via the embed after the jump.

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