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U.S. Supreme Court

Oct. 19, 2018

One Sex Forward, Two Steps Back?

For the first time, SCOTUS' law clerk class is majority female; but that milestone follows a bitter confirmation fight that centered on sexual assault and gender parity issues, and comes in part because of the new justice's all-women clerk cohort. Former Supreme Court clerks Tara Kole (Gang Tyre Ramer & Brown) and Prof. Sherry Colb (Cornell Law School) help make sense of the conflicting, gender-suffused events of the past few weeks.

Tara Kole

Partner, Gang Tyre Ramer & Brown


Sherry Colb

Professor, Cornell Law School




Brian Cardile

Rulings Editor, Podcast Host, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reporter

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