Senate race focuses on candidates' past work
BOSTON (AP) -- Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren and Republican Sen. Scott Brown are pressing each other to release more details about their past legal work.
Warren's campaign has released a list of cases she worked on during her career as a law professor at Harvard Law School -- and immediately called on Brown to follow suit.
Brown described himself Tuesday as "a small real estate closing attorney from Wrentham."
Brown said he's worked as a title agent for Fidelity National and First American and worked with smaller mortgage companies and banks including Middlesex Savings Bank, Wrentham Cooperative Bank and Hyde Park Cooperative Bank.
Warren's list included six cases that went before the U.S. Supreme Court, another four that went before the U.S. Court of Appeals and three that went before the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.