Michael Bromwich has counseled high-profile clients in difficult political situations, served as compliance monitor in national cases and investigated police and FBI misconduct. But he says nothing during his more than 30 years in the law compared to one intense week on the legal team representing the woman who accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault as he was poised to join the U.S. Supreme Court.

“I didn’t fully realize the incredible level of interest there was nationwide in this until I was in the middle of it, how much this resonated with so many people, particularly but not exclusively women,” Bromwich told The National Law Journal in a wide-ranging interview about his career.

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