Who, Me? An “Authority”?

Yes, it’s true. Sharon Browne, the terrific attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation, filed a brief with the Supreme Court joined by the Center for Equal Opportunity, the American Civil Rights Institute, the National Association of Scholars, and Project  21 urging the Court to grant certiorari in Fisher v. Texas that listed a post of mine, “Diversity” Research Advances Progresses Accumulates,” in its “Table of Authorities.”

So, now it’s official. But don’t worry; I won’t let it go to my head (although I will respond with extra promptness to email addressed to email hidden; JavaScript is required). And I will post something about Sharon’s brief, and several others, … as soon as the fog of self-satisfaction clears a bit.

UPDATE [6 December]

Sharon Browne is not the only terrific attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation. She is the Counsel of Record on the brief from PLF et al. on the Fisher v. Texas case, but Joshua P. Thompson and Adam R. Pomeroy of PLF are also on the brief.

Now Thompson has a blog post on my new PLF-created status as an “authority” that is so generous that I’m afraid I can no longer promise that “I won’t let it go to my head.”

Say What?