For Justice Scalia, neither people nor ideas were means for producing a desired objective or goal; rather they were always ends in themselves. Day in and day out, he actively modeled a form of regard and authenticity that became an organizing personal example for me and many of his other wildly devoted law clerks, even those who, as in my case, rued his substantive views.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Jolls, Christine, "The Real Justice Scalia" (2017). Faculty Scholarship Series. 5290.