WASHINGTON — Justice Antonin Scalia was a larger-than-life presence on the Supreme Court, where he championed a conservative judicial approach for three decades. He was found dead on Feb. 13 at a resort in West Texas at the age of 79.
Scalia’s outsize personality left an impression off the bench, too. Here is how four Jewish leaders remember him, warmly or otherwise.
Rabbi Jack Moline, executive director, Interfaith Alliance; former congregational rabbi, Agudas Achim Congregation, Alexandria, Va.