October 14, 2005
Court Nominee Is Not Known as a Key Player in Education Policy
Especially when it comes to displaying a background in education law, Harriet E. Miers has a tough act to follow.
John G. Roberts Jr., who was overwhelmingly confirmed as the chief justice of the United States late last month, dealt with a host of legal questions related to education as a district court judge, a federal lawyer in the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, and a litigator for Hogan & Hartson, a Washington firm with an extensive education