Childhood and adolescence
Amy grew up in New Orleans. She loved children since she was a child and even now she shows that she is opposed to abortion and also has children herself.
Linda, the mother of Orleans, worked as a French teacher, but was mainly in charge of the home and family. Coney's Catholic family had 7 children 6 daughters and only one son. Her brother and all of Amy Vivian's sisters were younger than her.
Early in her career, a New Orleans native worked as an assistant judge and as an assistant to a member of the American Supreme Court. In the early years of her marriage, Amy was practicing law.
After the birth of her first children, Barrett switched to teaching. During the year, Amy worked as a visiting adjunct professor and research fellow at Law School and then returned as a professor to her home institution. Barrett was intellectual, fair and eager to involve as many students as possible in the discussion. Amy's scientific interests lie in constitutional law and the interpretation of laws. In 2017, Amy joined the Federal Court of Appeal. The road to work began to take the mother of the family an hour and a half one-way.
In the summer of 2020, Amy Coney Barrett became COVID-19 sick, but now she is healthy. It should be noted that it did not prevent her from becoming a judge in the Supreme Court of the United States of America this autumn.