New research by Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro found coveted clerkships at the Supreme Court continue to mostly still go to white male lawyers. Mauro discussed the findings with former clerk and former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal. The two also took questions from callers about why the numbers of diverse lawyers are so low, and what the court could — and is or isn’t — doing about it.

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