Amy Coney Barrett, one of President Donald Trump’s would-be U.S. Supreme Court nominees, has a long career in the law that’s touched flashpoints on abortion, religion and election law.

Barrett’s spent most of her career in academia, until her recent confirmation to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Having gone through the crucible of a Senate confirmation, she would offer some familiar territory for members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to examine once again.

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