What are they saying about Jim Bopp and the Bopp Law Firm, PC?
Judicial Canons of Ethics
“The victorious attorney in Republican Party of Minnesota v. White (2002).” National Law Journal, June 11, 2008.
“Exploding the Canons of Judicial Campaign Ethics” ABA Journal, November 2006
“On a tear to make judicial campaign speech more wide open and more like that for the other branches of government.” ABA Journal, November 2006
“Bopp said he believes that all judicial candidates, whether appointed or elected, have a right to talk about controversial issues and cases as long as they can't promise to rule a certain way on a specific case.” Mother Jones, May/June 2006
“The net effect of these changes is that voters will be able to find out more about the views of judicial candidates than they ever have before. That's an important – and positive – evolution, says James Bopp Jr., a First Amendment lawyer who successfully argued against restrictive canons in the 2002 Supreme Court case.” Governing, March 2006