Continuation of the Nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States
Full Committee Hearing

Full Committee
Date: Thursday, July 16, 2009
Time: 09:30 AM
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NOTICE OF COMMITTEE HEARING CONTINUATION

The Senate Committee on the Judiciary hearing on the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States will continue tomorrow, July 16, 2009 at 9:30 a.m. in Room 216 of the Hart Senate Office Building.

By order of the Chairman


Following the conclusion of Judge Sotomayor's testimony, the Committee will call the following witnesses:


Supplemental Witness List
Hearing before the
Senate Judiciary Committee
on
The Nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to be an Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court of the United States
Hart Senate Office Building Room 216

PANEL III

Kim J. Askew, Esq.
Chair
American Bar Association, Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary


Mary M. Boies
Member
American Bar Association, Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary

PANEL IV

Majority

The Honorable Michael Bloomberg
Mayor, City of New York

Robert Morgenthau
District Attorney
New York County, New York

The Honorable Dustin McDaniel
Attorney General
State of Arkansas

Wade Henderson
President and CEO
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights

Minority

Frank Ricci
New Haven Fire Department

Lieutenant Ben Vargas
New Haven Fire Department

Peter Kirsanow, Esq.
Partner with the law firm of Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP and Commissioner
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Linda Chavez
Chairman
Center for Equal Opportunity

PANEL V

Majority

Louis Freeh
Former Director
Federal Bureau of Investigation

Chuck Canterbury
National President
Fraternal Order of Police

David Cone
Former Major League Baseball Player

Kate Stith
Lafayette S. Foster Professor of Law
Yale Law School

Minority

Dr. Charmaine Yoest
Americans United for Life

Sandy Froman, Esq.
Attorney, Gun Rights Advocate, and
Former President of the National Rifle Association

David Kopel, Esq.
Independence Institute

Ilya Somin
Professor
George Mason University School of Law

PANEL VI

Majority

The Honorable Nydia Velázquez
Chair
Congressional Hispanic Caucus

The Honorable Jose E. Serrano
U.S. House of Representatives [NY-16]

Ramona Romero
National President
Hispanic National Bar Association

Theodore M. Shaw
Professor
Columbia Law School

Minority

Tim Jeffries
Founder
P7 Enterprises

Neomi Rao
Professor
George Mason University School of Law

Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz
Professor
Georgetown University Law Center

John McGinnis
Professor
Northwestern University School of Law

PANEL VII

Majority

Michael J. Garcia
Former United States Attorney
Southern District of New York

Patricia Hynes
President
New York City Bar Association

JoAnne A. Epps
Dean, Temple University Beasley School of Law
On behalf of the National Association of Women Lawyers

Minority

David Rivkin, Esq.
Partner
Baker Hostetler

Dr. Stephen Halbrook
Attorney

Member Statements


  1. Senator Patrick Leahy (D - VT)

Witnesses


Panel III

  1. Kim J. Askew, Esq.
    Chair
    American Bar Association, Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary
  2. Mary M. Boies
    Member
    American Bar Association, Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary

Panel IV - Majority

  1. The Honorable Dustin McDaniel
    Attorney General
    State of Arkansas
  2. Robert M. Morganthau
    District Attorney
    New York County, New York
  3. The Honorable Michael R. Bloomberg
    Mayor
    City of New York
    New York , NY
  4. Wade Henderson
    President and CEO
    Leadership Conference on Civil Rights

Panel IV - Minority

  1. Frank Ricci
    New Haven Fire Department
  2. Lieutenant Ben Vargas
    New Haven Fire Department
  3. Peter Kirsanow, Esq.
    Partner with the law firm of Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP and Commissioner
    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
  4. Linda Chavez
    Chairman
    Center for Equal Opportunity
    Washington , DC

Panel V - Majority

  1. Louis Freeh
    Former Director
    Federal Bureau of Investigation
  2. David Cone
    Former Major League Baseball Player
  3. Kate Stith
    Lafayette S. Foster Professor of Law
    Yale Law School

Panel V - Minority

  1. Dr. Charmaine Yoest
    Americans United for Life
  2. Sandra Froman, Esq.
    Attorney, Gun Rights Advocate, and
    Former President of the National Rifle Association
  3. David Kopel, Esq.
    Research Director
    Independence Institute
  4. Ilya Somin
    Professor of Law
    George Mason University School of Law
    Arlington , VA

Panel VI - Majority

  1. The Honorable Jose E. Serrano
    U.S. House of Representatives [NY-16]
  2. The Honorable Nydia Velazquez
    Chair
    Congressional Hispanic Caucus
  3. Ramona Romero
    National President
    Hispanic National Bar Association
  4. Theodore M. Shaw
    Professor
    Columbia Law School

Panel VI - Minority

  1. Tim Jeffries
    Founder
    P7 Enterprises
  2. Neomi Rao
    Professor
    George Mason University School of Law
  3. Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz
    Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
    Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies Cato Institute
  4. John McGinnis
    Professor
    Northwestern University School of Law

Panel VII - Majority

  1. Michael J. Garcia
    Former United States Attorney
    Southern District of New York
  2. JoAnne A. Epps
    Dean, Temple University Beasley School of Law
    On behalf of the National Association of Women Lawyers
  3. Patricia Hynes
    President
    New York City Bar Association

Panel VII - Minority

  1. David B. Rivkin
    Partner
    Baker & Hostetler LLP
    Washington , DC
  2. Dr. Stephen Halbrook
    Attorney