Women and the Supreme Court Bar
Due to audio difficulties, some of Pamela Harris' opening remarks were not audible.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and other female Supreme Court experts talked about their career paths to appellate practices and their experiences as Supreme Court advocates. Among the topics they addressed were self-promotion, early mentors, writing legal briefings, and arguing before the Court. They also responded to audience members' questions. Pamela Harris moderated.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
Pamela Harris Director Georgetown University Law Center
Pamela S. Karlan Co-Director Stanford University->Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
Patricia A. Millett Assistant (Former) Department of Justice->Office of the Solicitor General
Virginia A. Seitz Attorney
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