Julie Veroff, a Rhodes scholar and former clerk to Justice Sonia Sotomayor, is the latest appellate hire at Cooley, the firm from which Elizabeth Prelogar recently departed to become the acting U.S. solicitor general at the Justice Department.

Veroff, a Yale Law School graduate, launched her private practice with Cooley following the completion of a Skadden fellowship with the American Civil Liberties Union’s Immigration Rights Project. She joins Cooley as an associate.

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