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Posted in Endorsements by Mike Sacks on May 3, 2010

F1@1F has made the New York Times for the second time in two months, this time in a piece entitled, “Step Away from the Courthouse Doors“:

Mike Sacks, a third-year law student at Georgetown who tries to attend all of the major arguments, commented on the developments on his blog, First One @ One First.

“For those who line up at the Court for each of its public sessions, this process marks — quite literally — a rite of passage from sidewalk to sacred space,” Mr. Sacks wrote. “To deny these men and women this dramatic piece of their pilgrimage is quite mistaken.”

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  1. Oliver said, on May 4, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    Will corporations still be allowed to enter through the front door?

  2. […] the third time this year, F1@1F will be in the pages of the New York Times.  Adam Liptak’s Sidebar column for […]

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