The latest edition of Short Takes@Lunch featured an impressive group of community members with experience serving as clerks for Supreme Court Justices. Attendees enjoyed a riveting conversation detailing the panel members’ experiences and their thoughts on the appointment of new U.S. Judge Ketanji Brown Jacks
Participants in Tuesday’s well attended virtual lunch hour conversation were: Jesse M. Furman ’90, who clerked for the Honorable David H. Souter and is a Federal Judge on the Federal District Court in Manhattan; Daniel Herz-Roiphe ’06, who clerked for Justice Stephen Breyer and is the Senior Vice President, Finance, Operations & Technology at Priovant Therapeutics; Olatunde Johnson (P’22) who clerked for Justice John Paul Stevens and is the Jerome B. Sherman Professor of Law at Columbia Law School; and Richard L. Revesz (P’09) clerked for Justice Thurgood Marshall and is the AnBryce Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus at the New York University School of Law.
Yale Law School’s Alfred M. Rankin Professor of Law Abbe R. Gluck ’92 (P’25, P’25, P’31), who moderated the discussion, is a certified expert in her own right, having clerked for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in addition to recently completing a year working for the Biden-Harris Administration as the lead lawyer for the White House Covid-19 Response.
The informative and timely session concluded with a lively Q&A from the engaged attendees.