May 2019 Bar Bulletin
By Dominique R. Scalia
In October, I made my first trip to Washington, D.C. On October 30, I woke up early enough to arrive in front of the U.S. Supreme Court by just after 6 a.m. My hope was to be among the first 50 people in line so that I could fill one of the limited seats available to observe oral argument beginning at 10 a.m. I was number 44.
After I booked my trip, I happily learned that during my visit Washington Solicitor General Noah Purcell would be arguing in front of the Court on behalf of the...