Kate Shaw, a professor at Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, is no head-in-the-clouds academic. She keeps up with the Supreme Court’s docket and, most recently, with the daily legal dramas of the Trump era.

That’s in part because she is a contributor to ABC News, especially on Supreme Court matters. Her experience as a former law clerk to Justice John Paul Stevens and Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner, as well as her time in the Obama White House counsel’s office, puts her in a position to analyze fast-breaking events with knowledge and enthusiasm. Plus, her husband is Chris Hayes, the MSNBC host.

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