My judicial philosophy is fidelity to the law.
A career is something that you train for and prepare for and plan on doing for a long time.
I am a very spiritual person. Maybe not traditionally religious in terms of Sunday Mass every week, that sort of thing.
This wealth of experiences, personal and professional, have helped me appreciate the variety of perspectives that present themselves in every case that I hear.
When you have strong views about how to approach thinking about the law, then that view is going to lead to certain results in certain situations. And so people seem to think this predictability is based on some kind of partisan political view. But it's not.
I am an ordinary person who has been blessed with extraordinary opportunities and experiences.