While it may be several months — or longer — before President-elect Barack Obama has an opportunity to fill a seat on the Supreme Court, his administration could still have an immediate impact at the high court.One of Obama's early appointments after he takes office is likely to be a new U.S. solicitor general, the government's top lawyer before the court. Scott Drake talks to former Solicitor General and Yale Law Professor Drew Days.

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