The Court’s hearing list for this month completes the list of attorneys who will argue before the Supreme Court during October Term 2010. I’ve updated my long-running Advocate Scorecard to reflect arguments from the current term so that the chart now reflects 11 terms.

As always, I have included every advocate who has argued more than 5 times during the relevant time period. I’ve included a few extra advocates who are well-known but have argued fewer than five times. If I have missed anyone, please send me an email and I will add them to the list immediately.

The following PDF contains one long sheet that is ideal for scrolling on your computer. You may, however, have trouble printing it.

You can also get the chart in a printer-friendly format here.


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