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Women Are Dominating the Supreme Court (Sort of. For Now.)

If you've been following Supreme Court oral arguments this term, you might have noticed something slightly different: a large influx of women advocates. Almost half of the lawyers arguing before the Court in its October cycle were women. The amount of women appearing before the Supreme Court is unprecedented,......
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