Much ink has been spilled about Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s rulings and opinions, his views on hot-button constitutional questions, and his work as a lawyer on independent counsel Ken Starr’s team. But what should a lawyer approaching the Supreme Court’s lectern expect from an “Associate Justice” Kavanaugh during oral argument, if he’s confirmed?

His dozen years as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit offer some hint, and some of Washington’s top appellate advocates shared their thoughts on arguing before Kavanaugh:

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