Stephen Calabresi and James Lindgren, law professors at Northwestern University, make a strong case for term limits for Supreme Court Justices. They argue, and I agree, that this needs to be done by constitutional amendment, not an ordinary statute. They propose a limit of 18 years.
I made the case for term limits, but expressed my skepticism as to whether they can be enacted, here.
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