With a dig at NY Senator Chuck Schumer, the Gibson Dunn partner torpedoed suggestions that he was in the running to be the next U.S. solicitor general.
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Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher partner Miguel Estrada, who has argued 22 cases before the high court, is the latest in a series of lawyers rumored to have a lock on the SG post.
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Calls For Nomination
The National Law Journal is accepting nominations for our 2017 Washington D.C. Litigation Department of the Year contest.