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Posted on: Mar 20, 2019

From Bloomberg Law:

The growing number of states embracing the creation of state “solicitors general” could give female attorneys a chance to get their feet in the door of the insular world of Supreme Court practice.

Not only can it lead to experience in the Supreme Court itself, but it “can also open doors for oral argument experience in state high courts and lower federal appellate courts earlier and more often than in private practice,” West Virginia Solicitor General Lindsay See told Bloomberg Law.

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