But Of Course:

"What Will Happen to O'Connor's Clerks?, asks a column on the ABA Journal eReport site. Here's what the clerks say:

Kozinski's clerk, [Sasha] Volokh, a Harvard grad whose brother Eugene Volokh also clerked for O'Connor and Kozinski, declined to comment. Yale grad Amy Kapczynski is a human rights activist and former clerk for Judge Guido Calabresi of the New York City-based 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Benjamin Horwich, who edited the law review at O'Connor's alma mater, Stanford, most recently clerked for Vaughn R. Walker in the Northern District of California. The clerks either could not be reached or did not respond to requests for comment.

Exactly the right answer.

Ted (www):
Because I was reading quickly, I thought that this was the "Eugene Needs A Babysitter" post referenced in the chain above and actually present in the post below.
7.8.2005 7:41pm
frank cross (mail):
Since Todd didn't enable comments on his babysitter post, let's make comments about it here.
7.8.2005 8:08pm
Scott Moss (mail) (www):
So is the connection that Eugene's brother now is free to babysit?
7.8.2005 9:00pm