In this photo taken Jan. 19, 2011, Lisa Blatt is seen outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington before making her 30th argument before the court. Now in private practice after years of working for the Department of Justice, Blatt has written that over the years most women arguing at the court have been public-interest lawyers, public defenders or government attorneys. “Translation: women are doing the same work but for less pay,” she wrote. This term, Blatt made three arguments, the only woman in private practice to make more than one. There were 10 men in private practice with multiple arguments. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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In this photo taken Jan. 19, 2011, Lisa Blatt is seen outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington before making her 30th argument before the court. Now in private practice after years of working for the Department of Justice, Blatt has written that over the years most women arguing at the court have been public-interest lawyers, public defenders or government attorneys. “Translation: women are doing the same work but for less pay,” she wrote. This term, Blatt made three arguments, the only woman in private practice to make more than one. There were 10 men in private practice with multiple arguments. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
In this photo taken Jan. 19, 2011, Lisa Blatt is seen outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington before making her 30th argument before the court. Now in private practice after years of working for the Department of Justice, Blatt has written that over the years most women arguing at the court have been public-interest lawyers, public defenders or government attorneys. “Translation: women are doing the same work but for less pay,” she wrote. This term, Blatt made three arguments, the only woman in private practice to make more than one. There were 10 men in private practice with multiple arguments. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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