Clint Bolick

Clint Bolick (born December 26, 1957) is an Associate Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.wikipedia
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Institute for Justice

He co-founded the Institute for Justice, where he was the Vice President and Director of Litigation from 1991 until 2004.
William H. "Chip" Mellor and Clint Bolick co-founded the organization in 1991 with seed money from libertarian philanthropist Charles Koch.

Arizona Supreme Court

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Clint Bolick (born December 26, 1957) is an Associate Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court.

Goldwater Institute

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Previously, he served as Vice President of Litigation at the Goldwater Institute, where he litigated against governments and government employees on behalf of citizens.
The center, previously directed by lawyer Clint Bolick, engages in lawsuits against federal, state and local governmental bodies to advocate adherence to constitutional law and to protect individual rights such as property rights and entrepreneurial freedom from potential government intrusion.

Hillside High School (New Jersey)

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Bolick grew up in nearby Hillside and graduated from Hillside High School in 1975.

Hillside, New Jersey

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Bolick grew up in nearby Hillside and graduated from Hillside High School in 1975.

UC Davis School of Law

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He graduated from Drew University in 1979 and received his J.D. from the University of California Davis School of Law in 1982.

Chip Mellor

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He was hired by the foundation's acting president, William H. "Chip" Mellor.
In 1991, Clint Bolick and Chip Mellor founded the Institute for Justice, a nonprofit libertarian public interest law firm.

Alliance for School Choice

In 2004, he joined the Alliance for School Choice, a national non-profit educational policy group advocating school choice programs across the United States.
Clint Bolick, who was part of the legal team that argued the Zelman v. Simmons-Harris school voucher case before the U.S. Supreme Court, was appointed as the Alliance's first president in 2004.

Mountain States Legal Foundation

In 1982, he joined a public interest law firm, the Mountain States Legal Foundation in Denver, Colorado.

Immigration Wars: Forging an American Solution

Immigration Wars: Forging an American Solution is a 2013 non-fiction book about immigration in the United States co-written by Jeb Bush, who served as the Governor of Florida from 1999 to 2007, and Clint Bolick, who serves as the Vice President of Litigation at the Goldwater Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.

Lani Guinier

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In April 1993, he wrote an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal opposing two appointments by the Clinton administration (Lani Guinier to assistant attorney general for civil rights and Norma V. Cantu to assistant secretary for civil rights in the Department of Education).
Guinier was dubbed a "quota queen", a phrase first used in a Wall Street Journal op-ed by Clint Bolick, a Reagan-era Justice Department official.

Landmark Legal Foundation

In 1989, he left the Justice Department and, with a grant from the Landmark Legal Foundation, started a public advocacy law practice in Washington DC.
Supreme Court of Arizona Justice Clint Bolick has worked for the foundation.

Hoover Institution

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He is currently a Research Fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution.

Save Our Secret Ballot

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} Also in November 2010, voters in Arizona, South Carolina, South Dakota and Utah adopted a measure he drafted called Save Our Secret Ballot, which guarantees workers the right to a secret-ballot vote in union-organizing elections.

Doug Ducey

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On January 6, 2016, Governor Doug Ducey appointed Bolick to the Arizona Supreme Court.
In January 2016, Ducey appointed Clint Bolick to the Arizona Supreme Court.

Wisconsin Supreme Court

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He has also defended state-based school choice programs in the Supreme Courts of Wisconsin and Ohio.

Supreme Court of Ohio

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He has also defended state-based school choice programs in the Supreme Courts of Wisconsin and Ohio.

Elizabeth, New Jersey

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Bolick was born on December 26, 1957 in Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Drew University

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He graduated from Drew University in 1979 and received his J.D. from the University of California Davis School of Law in 1982.

Juris Doctor

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He graduated from Drew University in 1979 and received his J.D. from the University of California Davis School of Law in 1982.

Brown v. Board of Education

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As a law student, he supported laws and legal rulings that knocked down racial discrimination (calling Brown v. Board of Education a "triumph of the principle of equality" ), and was a vocal opponent of race-based preferences and reverse discrimination.

Reverse discrimination

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As a law student, he supported laws and legal rulings that knocked down racial discrimination (calling Brown v. Board of Education a "triumph of the principle of equality" ), and was a vocal opponent of race-based preferences and reverse discrimination.

Libertarianism

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In 1980, he ran as a Libertarian for a seat in the California State Assembly.

California State Assembly

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In 1980, he ran as a Libertarian for a seat in the California State Assembly.