A law degree wasn’t a requirement last week to participate in the biggest legal spectacle in the nation — even for those asking the questions.

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee includes members who, in their professional careers, have been a medical doctor, a satirist and the owner of the National Basketball Association’s Milwaukee Bucks. These senators haven’t sat through 1L classes, let alone had the extensive academic training or practical legal experience of some of their colleagues.

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