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Tom Goldstein: The Art of Supreme Court Advocacy

Tom Goldstein
Tom Goldstein
Supreme Court Litigation Professor
Harvard Law
February 1, 2022
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Tom Goldstein, Supreme Court litigation expert, founder of SCOTUSblog, and professor at Harvard Law School joins World of DaaS host Auren Hoffman. Auren and Tom dive into approaches to Supreme Court advocacy and data’s role in legal decision making. They also cover the Google v. Oracle case and its impact on technology for years to come.

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