Barbara Ann Radnofsky moderates panel discussion with former RBG Clerk Katie Barber and UT Law Professor Elizabeth Sepper.
1 hour of free MCLE. Course #: 174101806
KATIE BARBER clerked for Justice Ginsburg during October Term 2018. She previously clerked for Judge John B. Owens of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Judge Leonie M. Brinkema of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Barber earned her law degree from the University of Virginia, where she served as a notes editor on the managing board of the Virginia Law Review and was honored as a member of the Raven Society and Order of the Coif. She currently practices in Richmond, where she focuses on high-stakes litigation, dispositive motions, and appellate advocacy.
BARBARA ANN RADNOFSKY is the author of A CITIZEN'S GUIDE TO IMPEACHMENT. Barbara was a partner at Vinson & Elkins, from which she retired after twenty-seven years as a trial lawyer and head of the firm's ADR section. She was the first woman in Texas history to run as the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2006 (she lost to incumbent Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison) and the first, also, to run as the Democratic candidate for Texas Attorney General in 2010 (she lost to incumbent Greg Abbott). She currently has a legal practice as a mediator. She volunteers with numerous causes and as a teacher for special needs children. She graduated magna cm laude from the University of Houston, where she enrolled at age sixteen, and the University of Texas School of Law.
ELIZABETH SEPPER is a Professor of Law at the University of Texas at Austin and a nationally recognized scholar of health law, equality, and religious liberty. She has written extensively on conscientious refusals to provide reproductive and end-of-life healthcare and on conflicts over religion and antidiscrimination law. Sepper received her B.A. in History from Boston University and her LL.M. and J.D. from New York University School of Law. Following law school, she clerked for the Hon. Marjorie Rendell of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and practiced human rights law with a focus on women’s rights.