In a Jan. 5 essay in The Washington Post, Katherine Ku became the first former clerk of Alex Kozinski still in private practice to go on the record about the judge’s alleged behavior. Ku, a corporate and securities partner in the Los Angeles office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, who clerked for Kozinski from 2003 to 2004, wrote that Kozinski “regularly diminished women and their accomplishments” and once asked her to come into his office to look at a photo of a nude man.

“For the rest of my year-long clerkship, I closed the door to my office and communicated with the judge as little as possible,” she wrote.

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