May It Please the Court: SCOTUS Perspectives from Leading Supreme Court Advocates

How does one prepare, and what is it like to argue before the Supreme Court of the United States? In this episode of Reasonably Speaking, Douglas Laycock (UVA Law), an experienced Supreme Court advocate himself, moderates an insightful conversation between two prominent Supreme Court appellate lawyers. Former Solicitor General Seth Waxman (WilmerHale) and former Assistant to the Solicitor General Nicole Saharsky (Mayer Brown) share their personal experiences as well as their unique insight into the nation’s highest court.

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Published: 2019


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