From The Retriever:

However, instituting term limits means that when the term ends, a justice is no longer a federal employee. Because of their unique status and experience, they will receive an incredible number of offers, opportunities and positions after their term, which, as the R Street Institute notes, “will create unprecedented conflicts of interest for the Court and will surely increase public cynicism toward the judiciary… [and undermine] our typical notion of separation of powers.”

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