'As I Said Last Time…' The Challenges of Rearguing a SCOTUS Case

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A reargument at the U.S. Supreme Court may sound easy, especially because the advocates have the benefit of knowing from the first time around what questions the justices might ask. But it is a lot trickier than that. Here are some tips and observations about rearguments from Orrick's E. Joshua Rosenkranz and Ahilan Arulanantham.

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  • bright_qng@yahoo.com

    rather eat lettuce leaves than made penny-a- liner, said Bright Quang.

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