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Oral Arguments

Week of Monday, November 11



Tuesday, November 12
       
Dept. of Homeland v. Regents of Univ. of CA (18-587)
       
Trump, President of U.S. v. NAACP (18-588)
       
McAleenan, Sec. of Homeland v. Vidal (18-589)
Consolidated
       
Hernandez v. Mesa (17-1678)


Wednesday, November 13
       
Comcast Corp. v. Nat. Assn. of African American-Owned Media (18-1171)
       
Ritzen Group, Inc. v. Jackson Masonry, LLC (18-938)



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Did You Know...

Youngest Solicitor General


Before becoming Chief Justice of the United States in 1921, William Howard Taft served as Solicitor General of the United States. In 1889, President Benjamin Harrison appointed the then 32-year-old Taft to be Solicitor General and to this day, he remains the youngest person ever to have held that position. Having previously served as a superior court judge in Ohio, he found it “quite embarrassing to change from the easy position of sitting on the bench to the very different one of standing on your legs before it.” Taft was admitted to the Supreme Court Bar on March 3, 1890, and proceeded to win the majority of the 27 cases he argued as Solicitor General.

 

Judge William Howard Taft, c.1896. Following his service as Solicitor General, Taft would also be the youngest judge appointed to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Judge William Howard Taft, c.1896. Following his service as Solicitor General, Taft would also be the youngest judge appointed to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Photograph by Thuss Studio, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States


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