Feminist advocate Susan Estrich works in many fields: as a lawyer, professor, political operative, author, and news commentator. She was educated at Wellesley and Harvard, and was the first female president and editor-in-chief of the Harvard Law Review. She was also a law professor at Harvard before moving on to teach at the University of Southern California. Today, she appears regularly on Fox News as a political analyst, as well as writing for NewsMax.
Her political career includes campaign support for Michael Dukakis during the 1988 presidential campaign, and books analyzing the careers of other women in politics, including Hillary Clinton and Ann Coulter. Estrich has also written about her experiences as a rape survivor, as well as analyzing the history of rape law in the United States.