Washington, D.C., attorney Thomas Goldstein, who rocked the rarified world of Supreme Court advocacy by his aggressive pursuit of cases, will join the powerhouse law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld as a partner May 1.

Goldstein, 35, who has argued 16 cases before the Court, currently runs his three-member firm Goldstein & Howe from his house with wife Amy Howe. “I decided it was time to take on a bigger platform for my Supreme Court work, and this is a great fit.” Goldstein declined to put a price tag on the deal, but said he was approached by several firms in the last few years before agreeing to join Akin Gump.

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