It was Aug. 4, 1984, and Sandra Day O’Connor had a cold.

The former U.S. Supreme Court justice was supposed to preside over the American Bar Association National Moot Court Championships in New York, but was under the weather. Instead, O’Connor asked Kenneth Starr, then a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, to fill in and judge the competition.

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