- Ilya Shapira: Gorsuch recognizes lack of accountability in a system of bureaucrats
- Gorsuch is an intellectual who writes like a novelist and defies expectations
Ilya Shapiro is a senior fellow in constitutional studies at the Cato Institute. The views expressed here are those of the author.
(CNN)Neil Gorsuch is a singularly fascinating pick for the current Supreme Court. That may be a strange thing to say about a federal judge who graduated from Harvard Law School, like all the other justices. (Except those who went to Yale, and Elena Kagan, who was solicitor general—the government's top lawyer at the Court, commonly called "the Tenth Justice"—rather than a judge.)