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Elena Kagan: Supreme Court Justice

Updated on November 26, 2012

Elena Kagan - Our Newest Supreme Court Justice

Lawyer Elena Kagan has made her mark on the world of United States law, and is currently nominated for U.S. Supreme Court Justice. She currently serves as the Solicitor General of the United States of America, and was previously the Dean of Harvard Law School, a professor of law at the University of Chicago, and associate White House counsel for President Bill Clinton. She is one of a few women who has held so many and so high positions in the field of law in the United States so far.

President Barack Obama nominated Elena Kagan to be a Supreme Court Justice, and after Senate Confirmation Hearings before she was approved.

President Obama Announces Elena Kagan's Nomination

Elena Kagan In Her Own Words

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      I think she will be confirmed.

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