Susan G. Braden

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Susan G. Braden serves a Judge on the Court of Federal Claims. Braden was nominated by President George W. Bush in May 2002 and confirmed by the Senate in July 2003. [1]

Braden is classified as a "Bush Contributor" with "No Judicial Experience," a Bush administration official, and lobbyist by the Center for Investigative Reporting.



  • 1997-2003: Of Counsel, Baker & McKenzie
  • 1992-97: Partner, Ingersoll & Bloch, LLP
  • 1990-92: Partner, Anderson, Kill, Olick & Oshinsky
  • 1987-90: Partner, Wilner & Scheiner
  • 1985-86: Partner, Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur
  • 1980-85: Senior Attorney Advisor, Senior Counsel, & Special Assistant to the Chairman, Federal Trade Commission
  • 1973-80: Trial Attorney, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice




Political Activity

"Braden served as Bob Dole's 'anti-trust wonk' during his 1996 presidential campaign. Dole pushed for deregulation or 'regulatory reform' and supported lifting all limits on media concentration and ownership. (The National Law Journal, 10/14/96)." [2]

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