Wednesday, June 19, 2013

U.S. Attorneys General and their Law Schools

Of the 50 elected and appointed attorneys general in the U.S., 30 went to a law school in the state they currently represent, while 20 went to law school elsewhere.

Just some useless trivia. The 20 who went to law school out of state:

Attorney General State Law School Law School State
Greg Abbott Texas Vanderbilt Tennessee
Beau Biden Delaware Syracuse New York
Jack Conway Kentucky George Washington D.C.
Robert Cooper Tennessee Yale Connecticut
Catherine Cortez Masto Nevada Gonzaga Washington
Bob Ferguson Washington NYU New York
Joseph Foster New Hampshire George Washington D.C.
Doug Gansler Maryland University of Virginia Virginia
Michael Geraghty Alaska Seattle University Washington
John Hoffman New Jersey Duke North Carolina
Tom Horne Arizona Harvard Massachusetts
George Jepsen Connecticut Harvard Massachusetts
David Louie Hawaii UC Berkeley California
Thomas Miller Iowa Harvard Massachusetts
Patrick Morrisey West Virginia Rutgers New Jersey
Derek Schmidt Kansas Georgetown D.C.
Eric Schneiderman New York Harvard Massachusetts
Bill Schuette Michigan University of San Francisco California
William Sorrell Vermont Cornell New York
Luther Strange Alabama Tulane Louisiana

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