The Supreme Court kicks off its new term Oct. 7, but the lack of diversity among advocates arguing before the justices remains the same.
One-Fourth: Six women, or 23%, will argue during the court’s two-week October sitting, compared to 20 men, or 77%.
Getting Better? The numbers are actually better than last term, where women argued just 17% of the time. Kimberly Robinson reports.
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