Patricia Millett

Former official in the Justice Department

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Former official at the Justice Department who has argued more than two dozen cases before the Supreme Court; partner at the law firm of Akin, Gump and Co-Chair of its Supreme Court Litigation group

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The  US Supreme Court  began a new session today.

A Change of Direction for the Roberts Supreme Court?

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