Lawyers who have served as the White House counsel have often been giants of Washington’s legal establishment. Think names like Lloyd Cutler, C. Boyden Gray or Abner Mikva.

And as the next counsel to President Barack Obama, 40-year-old Kathryn Ruemmler may be a giant in the making — if she can survive the politically grueling tests she’s sure to face.

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