THE 2012 HILL HOT LIST

Jeremy Paris

The National Law Journal

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In a year when partisan politics has hamstrung the judicial confirmation process, Senate Judiciary Committee counsel Jeremy Paris had to keep nominees on course. Paris, chief counsel for nominations and oversight and a member of Senator Patrick Leahy's staff since 2005, has been the go-between for federal chief judges desperate for help on the courts' front lines and a confirmation process that has turned into a congressional version of the Hatfield-McCoy feud.

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