News of the Monday night shooting of Stephen Shapiro, the 72-year-old founder of Mayer Brown’s U.S. Supreme Court practice, sent shock waves through the nation’s legal community, and particularly among elite appellate litigators.

Shapiro was shot late on Monday in his suburban Chicago home and died of his wounds. A suspect in the killing was in custody on Tuesday after police said the man fled Shapiro’s home.

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