12: The number of years Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh has served as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Also the number of years he has taught law at Yale, Harvard, and Georgetown.
307: The number of opinions that Judge Kavanaugh has authored.
480,000+: The number of pages of documents the Senate Judiciary Committee has received—more than twice the number the Committee has received for any previous Supreme Court nominee.
65: The number of Senators Judge Kavanaugh has met with since his nomination.
97: The percentage of cases in which Judge Kavanaugh voted with the majority on the D.C. Circuit. Judge Kavanaugh’s Democratic-appointed colleagues were as likely to join Judge Kavanaugh’s published majority opinions in full (88.67%) as his Republican-appointed colleagues (88.94%).
96.43: The percentage of times Chief Judge Garland joined majority opinions authored by Judge Kavanaugh when the two sat together. (27 of 28)
13: The number of times the Supreme Court has adopted positions advanced in Judge Kavanaugh’s opinions, citing him in at least 5 of those cases.
10: The number of books and law review articles (1 book and 9 law review articles) written by Judge Kavanaugh.
25: The years Judge Kavanaugh has spent in public service.
39: The number of Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks (out of 48) who have gone on to clerk for 12 Supreme Court Justices (including Justices Stevens, O’Connor, Souter, Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan).
19: The number of cases that Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks have collectively argued before the Supreme Court.
52: The percentage of Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks who are female (25 of 48).
27: The percentage of Judge Kavanaugh’s law clerks who are members of racial minorities (13 of 48: 6 Asian-American clerks, 5 African-American clerks, and 2 Latino clerks).