The George W. Bush administration entered office with an organized and precise plan for nominating and confirming judges to federal benches, including that of the Supreme Court. This project will highlight the stories of people throughout this process, including voices from the White House, the Department of Justice, and private-sector advisers to and observers of the process.
Lead Scholar - Dr. Aaron Crawford
Assistant Attorney General for Legal Policy at the U.S. Department of Justice
C. Boyden Gray
U.S. Ambassador to the European Union
U.S. Deputy Attorney General
Legal Analyst for The New Yorker
Justice on the U.S. Military Commission Review Panel
Supreme Court Chief Justice of Rhode Island
These interviews will remain sealed from public viewing until a date specified in the agreement with each individual.