Good morning and welcome to Supreme Court Brief. On this first week after the term’s final week, we take a look at the advocates who scored the most arguments in the October 2020 term. A panel of veteran advocates and court scholars say what they will be watching as the new term looms. And there is a familiar “new” public face of the Supreme Court. Thanks for reading and your feedback is welcome and appreciated. Contact Marcia Coyle at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter @MarciaCoyle. Contact contributor Tony Mauro at [email protected] and on Twitter @Tonymauro.

Three Veteran Advocates Led the Term’s Arguments

Three Supreme Court advocates in private practice that had the most repeat performances in the high court’s term just ended with four arguments each. And while all three generally did well, only one finished with a perfect 4-0: Kirkland & Ellis partner Paul Clement.

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