Kamala Harris’ Star-Studded Transition Team
Professor and former dean Kathleen Sullivan is mentioned in a Los Angeles Times article discussing Attorney General-elect Kamala Harris' "Smart on Crime Committee." Michael J. Mishak writes:
The Los Angeles Times Michael J. MIshak writes on the decision by Attorney General-Elect Kamala Harris to include Former Stanford Law School Dean Kathleen Sulllivan, and four others, on her transition team:
Atty. Gen.-elect Kamala Harris announced the members of an all-star transition team Wednesday, recruiting former presidential appointees and top police and legal professionals to advise her on a variety of issues as she takes the reins as California's top law enforcement official.
The five co-chairs of Harris' "Smart on Crime Committee" are: William J. Bratton, former Los Angeles police chief; Warren Christopher, secretary of state under President Clinton; Connie Rice, co-director of the Advancement Project in Los Angeles; George Shultz, secretary of state under President Reagan; and Kathleen Sullivan, former dean of Stanford Law School.