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'We Want Our Associates in Court' National Law Journal

A Hogan Lovells team talks with us about how the firm provides opportunities for first-time SCOTUS advocates, and this summer is shaping up to be fairly busy at the high court.

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Neal Katyal Wants to Train Next Generation of Supreme Court Advocates National Law Journal

For former acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal, elevating the next crop of Supreme Court advocates at Hogan Lovells starts with getting them deeply involved in high court matters...

Hogan Lovells Publications

BHR 360: take stock and get ahead of the curve Hogan Lovells

The second edition of BHR 360, our bi-annual Business and Human Rights newsletter.

Hogan Lovells Publications

BHR 360: highlights from 2017, and what to watch out for in 2018 Hogan Lovells

Welcome to the first edition of BHR 360, our bi-annual Business and Human Rights newsletter. Over the past year the international community has focused its attention on the third pillar of...

Published Works

Supreme Court Case Concerning President Trump’s Travel and Refugee Bans – Key Documents

This page is intended to serve as a collection of documents related to State of Hawaii et al v. Trump as the case heads to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Published Works

The Hogan Associate (and Partner) Who Knocked Out the Travel Ban The AmLaw Litigation Daily

Colleen Roh Sinzdak and a team of lawyers at Hogan Lovells worked with the Hawaii Attorney General's office to bring the challenge on behalf of the state and Ismail Elshikh, the Imam of the ...

Hogan Lovells Publications

Hogan Lovells Files Brief for Major Tech Companies in Microsoft Gag Order Case

Cloud computing, one of the major technological advances of the early twenty-first century, has already brought about tremendous economic and social benefits. In essence, cloud computing...

Published Works

"Active Avoidance." Harvard Law Review Harvard Law Review

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