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"[Duffey's crew] included writer Michael Medved, who was his speechwriter; Tony and John Podesta; future Fox News host/Trump appointee Larry Kudlow and politicians such as Joe Lieberman, Sam Gejdenson and a Yale Law School student named Bill Clinton."

Jane Bolin made history over and over. She was the first Black woman to graduate from Yale Law School, the first Black woman to join the New York City Bar Association and the nation’s first Black female judge. Read more about her:

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Little things change history. Gerald Ford was offered a contract by the NFL's Green Bay Packers - this day in 1935 (also the Chicago Bears). He opted to go to Yale Law School instead. Decades later President Ford joked that if he had played in the NFL, he might have become famous

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The best football player who went on to the White House? No debate: Gerald Ford. Starred on back-to-back undefeated, national champion Michigan teams. Got two NFL offers, from the Lions and Packers. Chose to go to Yale Law School instead (more)

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The American Civil Liberties Union has elected NYU law professor Deborah Archer as the organization's first Black president in its 101-year history. Archer graduated from Yale Law School and has been a member of the ACLU’s board since 2009.

Paul Gewirtz - Yale Law School - like a godfather for many on Biden administration foreign policy team. Very impressive

Good morning! Texas petroleum tycoon J. Howard Marshall was born today in 1905. After Yale Law School and government service as an energy regulator, he made a fortune as an oilman. At 89 years old he married the 26 year old Anna Nicole Smith, 14 months before his death.

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"Mr. Hawley, a graduate of Yale Law School, must know that his claim is specious: The First Amendment prohibits the government from muzzling speech; private entities, like publishing houses, have no such restraints." #NYTLetters 

Sen. Hawley claims that he voted to overturn the election because he wouldn't "bow to a lawless mob" (he did exactly what the mob demanded!) and because these were the concerns of his constituents (because he and the president lied to them for months). LOL, Yale Law School.

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Thousands of Yale and Harvard law school alumni and students petition for Cruz and Hawley to be disbarred

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Senator Hawley went to Yale Law School. He knows damn well that a private company's decision to cancel publication of his book has NOTHING to do with the First Amendment. C'mon Republicans! We have to have a deeper commitment to facts. Remember what @MittRomney  last night.

Congressman Ron DeSantis, a top student at Yale and Harvard Law School, is running for Governor of the Great State of Florida. Ron is strong on Borders, tough on Crime & big on Cutting Taxes - Loves our Military & our Vets. He will be a Great Governor & has my full Endorsement!

In April 2014 speech to the Yale Law School Federalist Society banquet, Kavanaugh reminisced about partying (‘what happens on the bus stays on the bus’) & related a story about a friend drunkenly falling, breaking a table & being given more beers by a professor.

The former dean of Yale Law School: Kavanaugh's “very presence will undermine the court’s claim to legitimacy; it will damage the nation’s commitment to the rule of law. It will be an American tragedy.”

Cory Booker should study history before he tries to use it. Calling a Senate publicity stunt his “Spartacus” moment was absurd.Spartacus was a gladiator slave who rebelled, lost,was crucified.Booker studied at Stanford, Oxford, Yale Law School. His only risk is being ridiculed.

The former dean of Yale Law School: Kavanaugh's “very presence will undermine the court’s claim to legitimacy; it will damage the nation’s commitment to the rule of law. It will be an American tragedy.”

Dean of Yale Law School - Kavanaugh’s alma mater - is calling for an investigation prior to confirmation vote: “Proceeding with the confirmation process without further investigation is not in the best interest of the Court or our profession” -Yale Law School Dean Heather Gerken

Yale Law School—where Kavanaugh said yesterday he got admitted by "busting my tail in college"—calls for an "additional investigation" into the allegations, saying proceeding without doing so is "not in the best interest of the Court or our profession."

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