Judge Brett Kavanaugh by the Numbers
· 12: The number of years Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh has served as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Also the number of years he has taught law at Yale, Harvard, and Georgetown.
· 307: The number of opinions that Judge Kavanaugh has authored.
· 480,000+: The number of pages of documents the Senate Judiciary Committee has received—more than twice the number the Committee has received for any previous Supreme Court nominee.
· 65: The number of Senators Judge Kavanaugh has met with since his nomination.
· 97: The percentage of cases in which Judge Kavanaugh voted with the majority on the D.C. Circuit. Judge Kavanaugh’s Democratic-appointed colleagues were as likely to join Judge Kavanaugh’s published majority opinions in full (88.67%) as his Republican-appointed colleagues (88.94%).
· 96.43: The percentage of times Chief Judge Garland joined majority opinions authored by Judge Kavanaugh when the two sat together. (27 of 28)
· 13: The number of times the Supreme Court has adopted positions advanced in Judge Kavanaugh’s opinions, citing him in at least 5 of those cases.
· 10: The number of books and law review articles (1 book and 9 law review articles) written by Judge Kavanaugh.
· 25: The years Judge Kavanaugh has spent in public service.
· 39: The number of Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks (out of 48) who have gone on to clerk for 12 Supreme Court Justices (including Justices Stevens, O’Connor, Souter, Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan).
· 19: The number of cases that Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks have collectively argued before the Supreme Court.
· 52: The percentage of Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks who are female (25 of 48).
· 27: The percentage of Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks who are members of racial minorities (13 of48: 6 Asian-American clerks, 5 African-American clerks, and 2 Latino clerks).