Good morning and welcome to Supreme Court Brief. The justices wrap up their November argument session this week with cases involving a variety of issues ranging from the First amendment to copyright law. The week also marks the return to arguments for a very familiar face to the justices—former Deputy U.S. Solicitor General Michael Dreeben, making his first high court argument since 2019. We have a rundown of who else will be at the lectern. And a law professor’s name and arguments on how to analyze Second Amendment claims was lauded by Justice Kavanaugh during last week’s gun rights challenge. Plus: Scroll down for the story behind a Puerto Rico resident’s Supreme Court case.
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