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Supreme Court Clerks for Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

Emily Johnson Henn

Emily Johnson Henn
BACKGROUND
Clerked during Supreme Court term: 2002
Previous clerkship: Judge Paul V. Niemeyer, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Notable later role: Partner, Covington & Burling (Palo Alto, CA)
Alma mater: Georgetown Law School

Justice O'Connor wrote 17 opinions during Emily Johnson Henn's clerkship:

CASE NAME TOPIC DATE OPINION TYPE
Georgia v. AshcroftCivil RightsJun 26, 2003Majority
Lawrence v. TexasPrivacyJun 26, 2003Concurrence
Wiggins v. SmithCriminal ProcedureJun 26, 2003Majority
Grutter v. BollingerCivil RightsJun 23, 2003Majority
Gratz v. BollingerCivil RightsJun 23, 2003Concurrence
Desert Palace Inc. v. CostaCivil RightsJun 9, 2003Concurrence
Pharmaceutical Research and Mfrs. of America v. WalshEconomic ActivityMay 19, 2003Partial concurrence, partial dissent
Demore v. KimCivil RightsApr 29, 2003Concurrence
Franchise Tax Bd. of Cal. v. HyattInterstate RelationsApr 23, 2003Majority
Virginia v. BlackFirst AmendmentApr 7, 2003Majority
Branch v. SmithCivil RightsMar 31, 2003Partial concurrence, partial dissent
Cuyahoga Falls v. Buckeye Community Hope FoundationCivil RightsMar 25, 2003Majority
Woodford v. GarceauCriminal ProcedureMar 25, 2003Concurrence
Lockyer v. AndradeCriminal ProcedureMar 5, 2003Majority
Ewing v. CaliforniaCriminal ProcedureMar 5, 2003Majority
Sattazahn v. PennsylvaniaCriminal ProcedureJan 14, 2003Concurrence
Yellow Transp. Inc. v. MichiganEconomic ActivityNov 5, 2002Majority