proh boh’•zoh (adj.)
In the legal field, of or related to any activity that is undertaken not for financial compensation but for the furtherance of one’s career or other benefit accruing to oneself, when one is a fucking self-interested clown; from the Latin: For a clown.
Ex. “This guy Gorsuch did some important pro bozo work in law school. He’ll make a fine replacement for Antonin Scalia.”
“I dunno. He’s got some pretty big shoes to fill.”