Personal Accounts from U.S. Solicitors General
Former Solicitors General Drew Days, Paul Clement, and Justice Elena Kagan recounted the experiences and challenges of the position, which represents the United States government before the Supreme Court.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Paul D. Clement Solicitor General (Former) Department of Justice
- Drew S. Days III Solicitor General (Former) Department of Justice
- Elena Kagan Solicitor General Department of Justice
- Jeffrey Minear U.S. Attorney U.S. District Court->District of Columbia
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