The name party to a U.S. Supreme Court case rarely gets to sit with attorneys at the high court’s counsel table. But that’s where Scott Southworth will be on Nov. 9 when the justices take up the major First Amendment challenge bearing his name.

Mr. Southworth, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Law, will not be arguing his own case. But as he and two law school friends have done for three years, Mr. Southworth will assist the solo practitioner who has successfully pressed their suit against their alma mater in the lower courts.

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