January Hearing List Released

The Supreme Court has released the Hearing List for the January sitting and you can find it here.

Several high-profile advocates are back in action during the January sitting. Gregory Garre leads all attorneys in private practice with his fourth argument of the term in United States v. Home Concrete & Supply and Solicitor General Donald Verrilli matches him with his fourth argument of the term in FCC v. Fox.

Paul Clement argues his third case of the term in Perry v. Perez this afternoon. Carter Philips and Assistant to the Solicitor General Nicole Saharsky also argue their third cases of the term in FCC v. Fox and Filarsky v. Delia, respectively.

Deputy Solicitor General Malcolm Stewart, who was notably absent from the podium during the first three months of the term, will argue in two cases during the January sitting: Sackett v. EPA and United States v. Home Concrete & Supply.


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