Kathleen Marie Sullivan is an American lawyer and name partner at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, a global, litigation-only white shoe law firm headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Based in the firm's New York City office, Sullivan chairs its national appellate practice group. She is the first and only female name partner at an Am Law 100 law firm. Previously, Sullivan served as Dean of Stanford Law School, where she was the Stanley Morrison Professor of Law.
|Born:||Kathleen Marie Sullivan, August 20, 1955, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, U.S.|
|Education:||Cornell University (BA), Wadham College, Oxford (MA), Harvard University (JD)|
|Preceded by:||Paul Brest|
|Succeeded by:||Larry Kramer|
About Kathleen Sullivan
TV journalist who went on to later blog for The Huffington Post.
She helped create CNN, where she became the network's first hired anchor.
She was the first female anchor to cover the Olympics in 1984.
She married Michael Kiner in 1985, but they divorced after four years of marriage.
She covered O.J. Simpson's murder trial in 1995.
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