Brett Kavanaugh Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers
What positions did he play for the school's
A: He was a wide receiver and cornerback.
In what year did he graduate?
A: He graduated in 1983.
After prep school, what university did Kavanaugh
A: Yale University.
Brett wrote articles about “what” for the Yale
A: Basketball and other sports.
He was a member of what fraternity?
A: Delta Kappa Epsilon.
He graduated from Yale in
1987 with what degree?
A: A Bachelor of Arts.
After graduating from Yale, what did he do?
A: Kavanaugh then attended Yale Law School.
Kavanaugh first worked as a law clerk for whom?
A: Judge Walter King Stapleton of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
In what year was Kavanaugh admitted to the
A: In 1990.
In what year was Brett admitted to the District
of Columbia Bar?
A: In 1992.
In 1992 Kavanaugh earned a one-year fellowship
A: The Solicitor General of the United States, Ken Starr.
Kavanaugh next clerked for what Supreme Court
A: Anthony Kennedy 1993–1994.
After his Supreme Court clerkship, Kavanaugh
worked until 1997 for whom?
A: Ken Starr again as an Associate Counsel in the Office of the Independent Counsel.
While working there his colleagues included
A: Rod Rosenstein and Alex Azar.
Kavanaugh was a principal author of what report
to Congress, released in September 1998?
A: The Starr Report, on the Bill Clinton–Monica Lewinsky sex scandal.
What did the report argue?
A: The report argued on broad grounds for Clinton's impeachment.
In 1999, Kavanaugh rejoined what law firm as a
A: Kirkland & Ellis.
While there in 2000, he was pro bono counsel of
record for relatives of who?
A: Elián González, a six-year-old rescued Cuban boy.
While Kavanaugh was at Kikland & Ellis, he
authored two amicus briefs to the Supreme Court,
A: Supporting religious activities and expressions in public places.