Change of Heart in Georgia Costs Chicago Lawyer a SCOTUS Argument

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Adam Mortara, a former Clarence Thomas clerk working at Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott, had been slated to defend a habeas decision authored by Eleventh Circuit Judge William Pryor. Then the Georgia attorney general’s office agreed to step up.

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