Four days ago, I posted a list of the advocates who have argued twice during a single month since 2003. Well, that chart is already outdated- next month, David Frederick will join that club. Congrats!

Ann O’Connell, the GWU law grad and ’05 Rehnquist clerk who recently joined the OSG, will argue her first case before the Supreme Court. You can find the hearing list here.

October Term 2003 Michael Dreeben (December)
Thomas Goldstein (April)
October Term 2004 Seth Waxman (January)
Paul Clement (February)*
Paul Clement (March)
October Term 2005
October Term 2006 Paul Clement (November)*
Paul Clement (December)*
Michael Dreeben (February)*
October Term 2007 Michael Dreeben (October)*
Malcolm Stewart (November)
Carter Phillips (November)
October Term 2008 Gregory Coleman (April)
October Term 2009 Gregory Garre (April)
October Term 2010 Carter Phillips (December)
David Frederick (January)

* These advocates argued related cases, but each was marked for an hour of separate arguments. Ex. Paul Clement argued back-to-back in Van Orden v. Perry and McCreary County v. ACLU of Kentucky on March 2, 2005.


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