Eric Citron Guest

Eric Citron is a partner at Goldstein & Russell, P.C. He clerked on the Supreme Court of the United States for Justices Sandra Day O’Connor and Elena Kagan. Before his time at the Supreme Court, Eric was a senior associate in the Litigation/Controversy Department and a member of the Appellate and Supreme Court Litigation and Government and Regulatory Litigation Practice Groups at WilmerHale. He has also served as counsel to the assistant attorney general in the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice, where he drafted position papers, policy memoranda and speeches, and advised on issues related to policy, appeals, inter-agency coordination, international relations and litigation. Immediately following law school, Eric clerked for Judge James Robertson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and Judge David S. Tatel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

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07.24.18 Kavanaugh on net neutrality: U.S. Telecom Association v. Federal Communications Commission
06.28.18 The Roberts court after Kennedy
03.17.17 The roots and limits of Gorsuch’s views on Chevron deference
01.13.17 Potential nominee profile: Neil Gorsuch
03.04.15 King v. Burwell updates: Kennedy concerned about consequences
03.04.15 Mid-argument updates: King v. Burwell (Latest update: 11:06)
12.08.14 Chewing over the “power bar”: Biskupic discusses major study of the Supreme Court bar’s influence on certiorari
12.05.14 Cases and controversies: Racial disparities in law enforcement practices
11.25.14 Cases and controversies: Not your typical grand jury investigation
03.28.14 Patent law’s deep questions and the government’s answers
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