14 attorneys to serve on Obama's justice and civil rights team

, The National Law Journal

Among the transition teams set up by President-elect Barack Obama are 14 lawyers picked from around the country to serve on the justice and civil rights team, which will evaluate agencies working in those areas. The list includes a former California Supreme Court justice, four lawyers from big firms, a woman once appointed by Alabama Governor George Wallace, five law professors and a disabilities rights specialist.

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