Another Ivy Leaguer? Other Schools Do Exist Enough already with Harvard and Yale: blogger By John Johnson, Newser Staff Posted May 11, 2010 12:35 PM CDT 17 comments Comments This Sept. 11, 2009, photo released by the Harvard University Law School shows former dean Elena Kagan listening to law professor Charles Fried, left, alongside law professor John F. Manning. (AP Photo/Harvard University News Office, Jon Chase) (Newser) – The Supreme Court and White House may as well be decorated in ivy, complains David Bernstein. "Once Elena Kagan gets confirmed, every Supreme Court Justice will have attended Harvard or Yale law schools," he writes. And Kagan—whose bachelor's degree, for the record, is from Princeton—was nominated by a Harvard-educated president who beat Yale and Harvard opponents to succeed a Yalie who himself succeeded ... oh, you get the picture. "I know that Harvard and Yale attract a disproportionate percentage of America’s talented youth, but still, isn’t this a bit much?" Bernstein writes for the Volokh Conspiracy blog. "Are there no similarly talented individuals who attended other Ivy League schools, other private universities or (gasp!) even state law schools?"