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NAF TOOK A STAND/Judicial Nominees/Nomination of John G. Roberts to the Supreme Court

  2005 - present Chief Justice of the United States
  2003 - 2005 U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
  1993 - 2003 Hogan & Hartson, LLP
  1989 - 1993 Principal Solicitor General, United States Department of Justice
  1986 - 1989 Hogan & Hartson, LLP
  1982 - 1986 White House Counsel's Office
  1981 - 1982 Special Assistant to the Attorney General, United States Department of Justice
  1980 - 1981 Law Clerk to Hon. William H. Rehnquist, United States Supreme Court
  1979 - 1980 Law Clerk to Hon. Henry Friendly, Seventh Circuit, United States Court of Appeals
  1976 - 1979 Harvard Law School
  1973 - 1976 Harvard College

Nomination Status:

Nominated to be Associate Justice July 19, 2005
Nominated to be Chief Justice of the United States September 5, 2005
Confirmed by the Senate September 29, 2005

Related Pages:

> NAF's Statement of Opposition to Roberts' Nomination as Chief Justice
> NAF and Other Leading Women's Organizations Send Letter of Concern about Roberts
   Nomination to Senate Judiciary Committee

> NAF's Report on Judge Roberts' Record
> NAF Calls on Senate to Reject Nomination of John Roberts to be Chief Justice of the United
   States: Statement of Vicki Saporta, NAF President and CEO
>NAF's Position on Roberts' 2003 Nomination to the District of Columbia Circuit Court

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