Successful Term at the Supreme Court Comes to a Close

The 2010 Term of the Supreme Court came to a close at the end of June, with the firm and the Stanford Clinic representing parties in five merits cases and winning four of them. 

  • Sorrell v. IMS -- Tom Goldstein argued successfully on behalf of the respondents in this commerical Free Speech case.
  • Sossamon v. Texas -- Kevin Russell argued on behalf of the petitioner in this religious liberties case.
  • Bullcoming v. New Mexico -- Clinic instructor Jeff Fisher argued on behalf of the prevailing petitioner in this Confrontation Clause case.
  • Brown v. Platta -- the Clinic successfully represented the intervenor corrections officers union in the California prison release order case.
  • United States v. Tinklenberg -- the Clinic prevailed on behalf of the respondent in this Speedy Trial Act case argued by Clinic instructor Jeff Fisher. 


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Goldstein & Russell, P.C. specializes in representing clients at all stages before the U.S. Supreme Court.  Collectively, the firm’s lawyers have argued 75 cases on the merits and have filed in… Read More
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