The Court has released the hearing list for the November sitting, which begins on Monday, November 2. As seems to increasingly be the case, several titans of the Supreme Court bar will be appearing: Andrew Pincus (24 arguments), Neal Katyal (25), Carter Phillips (81!), and David Frederick (40+, according to his firm bio).
It is a better sitting for female advocates than October, although there are still no female lawyers from outside the state and federal governments. Of the twenty-three lawyers slated to appear, there are six women: Georgia Deputy Attorney General Beth Burton and Assistants to the Solicitor General Ann O’Connell, Elaine Goldenberg, Nicole Saharsky, Ginger Anders, and Elizabeth Prelogar. (Indeed, although two Deputy Solicitors General — Malcolm Stewart and Michael Dreeben — will argue in November, the SG’s office will send only one other man — Assistant to the Solicitor General Zachary Tripp.)