Supreme Court Brief

  1. A Notable SCOTUS Bar Admission | More on Gorsuch's Liberal Alignment
    Catch up on the latest Supreme Court reporting from Tony Mauro and Marcia Coyle, including a spotlight on a notable admission to the Supreme Court bar, and more on Neil Gorsuch's alignment Tuesday with the court's liberal wing.
  2. Taxing Affair | Order of the Court: Ham and Eggs | Clerk Milestone
    Inside the briefs in the billion-dollar sales tax challenge at the hight court. And more on the interesting CVSGs from Monday. Plus: We update news of the first known Native American clerk on the Supreme Court.
  3. 'Not Just About Cakes' | RBG on Big Screen | Death Row Victory
    Veteran Supreme Court advocate Paul Smith shares his reason for writing a very personal blog post on the pending Masterpiece Cakeshop challenge. Former U.S. solicitor general Gregory Garre discusses his recent death penalty win. And we give you a sneak peek at the forthcoming documentary, RBG, opening in theaters in May.
  4. SCOTUS Interrupted | 'Bivens' Redux | And: Sotomayor's French
    What to do about SCOTUS interruptions? Political scientists who have studied the problem offered some possible solutions. Plus: We look at the cross-border shooting case the justices sent back to the Fifth Circuit.
  5. Mapping a Gerrymander Solution | Prof. Re's Brief Rules | Toasting David Frederick
    We've got the preview of arguments in the second of two closely watched partisan gerrymander challenges. SCOTUS advocates turned out in force to cheer David Frederick of Kellogg, Hansen,Todd, Figel & Frederick, as he celebrated his 50th high court argument. And we look at an amicus brief—from UCLA Law School prof Richard Re—that got a lot of attention during an argument Tuesday.






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