Who is Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld? Amy Chua’s Daughter, Bio, Age, Brett Kavanaugh and Clerkship

Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld born in 1993 is the daughter of Yale Law professor Amy Chua and a 2018 graduate of Yale University Law School.

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Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld Biography

Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld born in 1993 is the daughter of Yale Law professor Amy Chua and a 2018 graduate of Yale University Law School.

Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld Age

Chua-Rubenfeld was born in 1993. The exact date of her birth are unknown to the public. She is 26 years old as of 2019.

Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld Parents

She is the daughter of Amy Chua an American lawyer, academic and writer and Jed Rubenfeld who is also an American lawyer and novelist.

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Sophia is a very private person when it comes to her personal life. Thus details about her relationship status are not known.

Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld Clerkship

Sophia is set to be one of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s clerks for the October 2019 term. She will be joining Kavanaugh’s all-female law clerk crew, which was praised by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as historic: “Thanks to his selections, the court has this term, for the first time ever, more women than men serving as law clerks.”

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Her appointment to the female clark crew comes months after her mother defended Kavanaugh in a Wall Street Journal op-ed that portrayed him as an “incredible” mentor. She was at that point scheduled to be an appellate clerk for Kavanaugh, and critics said that if he were confirmed to the high court, she would likely be chosen to clerk for him there—a hugely prestigious appointment.

She denied that speculation, tweeting that she planned to join the military after law school. “Won’t be applying to SCOTUS anytime soon bc will be in the Army,” she wrote.

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‘Tiger Mom’s’ daughter to clerk for Kavanaugh after claiming she wouldn’t

Source: nypost.com

The daughter of “Tiger Mom” may have protested too much.

Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld, daughter of Yale Law School professor Amy Chua, will clerk for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh — a year after insisting that applying for the plum gig wasn’t in the cards.

Chua-Rubenfeld wrote on Twitter that she wouldn’t “be applying to SCOTUS anytime soon,” because she would be in the Army after her “circuit clerkship (wherever that will be!).”

But her mom told a different story at the time, praising then-nominee Kavanaugh in a Wall Street Journal op-ed titled: “Kavanaugh Is a Mentor to Women: I Can’t Think of a Better Judge for My Own Daughter’s Clerkship.”

Chua, who serves on the school’s clerkship committee, wrote that her daughter had accepted an appellate clerkship from Kavanaugh, but that she would find a different judge to clerk with if his nomination was successful.

She also described Kavanaugh as a “mentor to women.”

The op-ed drew severe criticism, with many arguing that she wrote it aiming to guarantee her daughter a Supreme Court clerkship.

The piece was published before sexual misconduct allegations were leveled against the then-nominee, which he fiercely denied.

Chua-Rubenfeld’s one-year clerkship begins this summer. A spokesperson for the Supreme Court did not immediately respond for comment.

Kavanaugh, who graduated Yale Law in 1990, had been known prior to his appointment for selecting mostly female law clerks, which he argued during his confirmation hearing was to do his part in evening the balance of males to females getting the opportunity to clerk for a judge.

He continued that tradition when he hired all female law clerks for his first year on the Supreme Court.

Chua earned her fierce moniker in 2011 following the release of her controversial book on strict parenting, “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother.”