Professional career of Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Hillary Rodham Clinton began her professional career in 1973 after graduating from Yale Law School.

Attorney

  • 1973-1974. Attorney of Children's Defense Fund[1]
  • 1974. Counsel, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary[1]
  • 1979-1992. Partner, Rose Law Firm[1]

Nixon Impeachment Inquiry Staff

  • 1974. Junior lawyer, U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee.

Professor

  • 1974-1977 and 1979-1980. University of Arkansas School of Law, Assistant Professor.[1]
    • Hillary taught criminal law and trial advocacy during the first semester and criminal procedures in the second semester.[2]

First Lady of State of Arkansas

First Lady of the United States

  • 1993-2001[1]
  • 1993. Chair, President's Task Force on Health Care Reform[1]
  • Daily Schedules from Clinton Library
  • White House Coffees hosted by Mrs. Clinton

United States Senator

United States Secretary of State

  • 2009-Present

References


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