|Barrington Parker Jr.
||District judge in New York
||Clinton appointee to federal court in New York, presided over John A. "Junior" Gotti prosecution.
||District judge in South Carolina
||Former aide to Strom Thurmond.
||District judge in North Carolina
||Ruled in 1998 that North Carolina ban on corporate political contributions was unconstitutional.
|Roger L. Gregory
||4th Circuit judge
||Clinton bypassed Senate and named Gregory in a recess appointment for one year.
|Edith Brown Clement
||District judge in Louisiana
||Presided over former governor Edwin Edwards's insurance fraud case after four judges removed themselves.
||Texas Supreme Court justice
||Second woman elected to the Texas Supreme Court.
||Partner with Jones, Day
||Argued on behalf of tobacco companies against Massachusetts law restricting cigarette advertising.
|Deborah L. Cook
||Ohio Supreme Court Justice
||Has strong support from influential Ohio Republicans. She is a member of the Federalist Society.
|Michael W. McConnell
||University of Utah law professor
||An expert on constitutional separation of church and state, he has argued cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
|Miguel A. Estrada
||Partner with Gibson, Dunn
||Born in Honduras, he has argued 15 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
|John G. Roberts Jr.
||Hogan & Hartson
||A former deputy solicitor under Kenneth Starr, he argued on behalf of the government against Microsoft.