Burt Neuborne is a nationally renowned civil liberties defender. Professor Neuborne has acted as lead counsel in the recent Holocaust Litigation against the Swiss Banks. A former National Legal Director of the American Civil Liberties Union, he is currently on the faculty of New York University School of Law and Legal Director of the Brennan Center for Justice. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School from which he received an LL.B in 1964. Neuborne has been called a defender of lost causes. He defended Air Force pilots who refused to bomb Cambodia in the Vietnam War, the Socialist Labor Party's effort to be on the ballot and legal-aid lawyers suing the government.
That's a terrible answer. There is no proportional representation requirement under the equal protection clause. If a first-year law student wrote that and submitted it in class, I would send it back and say it was unacceptable.