The NYT op-ed page features six legal writers coming up with a total 30 questions for Samuel Alito.
Leonard A. Leo, the executive vice president of the Federalist Society, asks the one that Robert Bork gave his most damaging answer to: "why do you want to be on the Supreme Court?" (Bork said he thought it would be "an intellectual feast.")
Lawprof Stanley Fish has the most interesting questions, including: "Is the fictional world of Philip K. Dick's story "Minority Report"- in which people are arrested for crimes they have not yet committed - becoming a reality in the United States?" (He's concerned about the way we treat sex offenders who have already served their sentences.)