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“Perhaps they have to practice in Solicitor school. on January 5, 2008 at 5: 13 pm | Reply PC Bloggs”
“President Barack Obama will name Solicitor General Elena Kagan as his pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, a choice that comes 176 days before the 2010 midterm election and is freighted with potential political implications.”
“At 8: 00 PM on Sunday, the President called Solicitor General Kagan to inform her that she had been selected as the nominee.”
“White House staffers name Solicitor General Starr. 44, as the odds-on favorite.”
“Later this afternoon, he would meet with the man now called the Solicitor General.”
“Several names have been floated as leading contenders for the high court slot, namely Solicitor General Elena Kagan and federal appeals court Judges Diane Wood, Merrick Garland and Sidney Thomas.”
“PQE aside, I wanted to join because I wanted to be in the Army and being a Solicitor was a skill I could bring to the table, but as usual the applicant's who spewed the most rubbish onto their CV's got the interview! the fact that none of them can do what they claim is not the point the fact that they can BS is what counts.”
“This morning, President Obama will name Solicitor General Elena Kagan to fill the opening on the U.S.”
“Meyers: "Then what we'll do is we will delay the meeting, we will call the Solicitor and get their opinion on it.”
“Supreme Court would agree to hear the case even in the absence of a circuit split -- if, that is, the Solicitor General petitions the Court for certiorari.”
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