Former Solicitor General Gregory Garre is scheduled to argue twice during the December sitting, a relatively uncommon feat for private practice lawyers. He will argue in both Mims v. Arrow Financial Services on November 28 and PPL Montana, LLC v. Montana on December 7.

This will be Garre’s second time arguing twice during a given sitting; he did the same thing during the April 2010 session when he argued in both Christian Legal Society v. Martinez and Monsanto v. Geertson Seed Farms. You can see a complete list of the advocates who have argued twice during a given sitting since 2003 here.


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