Miguel Estrada: 'I Would Never' Accept Appointment as Solicitor General

, The National Law Journal

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With a dig at NY Senator Chuck Schumer, the Gibson Dunn partner torpedoed suggestions that he was in the running to be the next U.S. solicitor general.

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  • Mark Barnett

    Mr Estrada is obviously another excellent candidate for public office who has little tolerance for political correctness, and for the lack of civility displayed by the desperate left.

  • Darren McKinney

    Good for Mr. Estrada. He has dignity, whereas Sen. Schumer has none.

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