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Sarah Harrington Eyed for DOJ Head of Civil Appellate Staff

January 26, 2021, The National Law Journal

Beth Brinkmann spoke with The National Law Journal about her previous role as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division where she oversaw the Division’s nationwide appellate litigation. Ms. Brinkmann explained that, “The job provides the opportunity to represent countless federal agencies and officials and to handle a docket of cases across the broadest range of legal issues imaginable.” She recalled personally arguing and winning in the courts of appeals cases on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, preserving the validity of government funding of stem cell research, and challenging unlawful state attempts at immigration legislation, among others. “Every day I was involved in litigation strategy decisions for the most important government cases.”

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