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Hogan Lovells' Washington Wunderkind: Neal Katyal

23 September 2014

by Gavin Broady
Law360, New York -- In March 2006, as the Supreme Court prepared to hear oral arguments in a historic challenge to the government’s Guantanamo Bay military trials, all eyes were on a 35-year-old Georgetown Law professor named Neal Katyal, who was handling the first major case of his career but had at least one ace up his sleeve: He’d already made the argument 15 times before.


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