Michael Dreeben, a Deputy Solicitor General, spent the last semester on leave to teach at Duke University Law School. During his time there, he recorded a nearly hour-long interview that touches on a variety of fascinating topics related to appellate law and Supreme Court litigation.

I really can’t loft enough praise on Dreeben. He’s argued 77 cases in the Supreme Court and is almost certainly one of the most well-respected Supreme Court litigators currently arguing before the Court. If you’ve been following the this website for a while, you’ll know that his name invariably comes up in any discussion of the top litigators during any term. Check out the interview below:

(via Volokh Conspiracy)


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