I’ve compiled a really interesting list featuring the win-loss record of every advocate from the SG’s office and all of the top private advocates. The list is necessarily incomplete but I wanted to give everyone sample of it before I publish the final version tomorrow afternoon when the remaining cases come out.

You can also appreciate the importance of the final three opinions, which will be released tomorrow, because 7 out of the 39 advocates (Kneedler, Stewart, Underwood, Olson, Waxman, Coleman, Meade) listed argued in one of the three cases and Malcolm Stewart actually argued in two (Citizens United and Cuomo).

I’ll have more to say about it on monday after I post the final version. Until then, enjoy:

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