Contempt of Congress is the act of obstructing the work of the United States
Congress or one of .... While the law pronounces the duty of the U.S. Attorney is
to impanel a grand jury for its action ...
Jan 20, 2016 ... Lawyers once dominated Congress, but they are being “squeezed out” ... of the
century many of the elite lawyers moved from the courtroom to ...
Jan 5, 2015 ... But not by much. Members of Congress holding J.D.s will sit i... ... Meet the new
lawyers in the 114th Congress. Mike Sacks, The National Law ...
Jul 1, 2016 ... The overwhelming majority of Members of Congress have a college education.
The dominant professions of ...... features many lists of House Members such as “
114th. Congress—Lawyers” and “114th Congress—MBA Holders.”
Jan 6, 2015 ... ... few U.S. senators win that high office as their first one, and many ... In the last
Congress, 39 percent of the House members were lawyers, ...
Feb 23, 2012 ... Nearly two of every five United States senators is a lawyer, but the share ... Today
there are also about as many representatives who previously ...
According to the Congressional Research Service 170 members of the House
and 60 Senators ... How many voting members are there in the US Congress?
The 113<sup>th</sup> Congress is the most diverse group of representatives in history. ... of
the U.S. adult population are lawyers, 41 percent of the 113<sup>th</sup> Congress are.
Sep 5, 2007 ... Harvard Law boasts the most U.S. senators, with eight (Schumer, Stevens, ... “
Seems to me that having so many lawyers in the Senate is clear ...
Jan 19, 2013 ... Chris Wilson believes it's because there are too many lawyers and not enough
farmers, cowboys and military people serving in Congress.