As blog manager, Kal handles all content published on SCOTUSblog. He plans coverage and commentary, researches and invites authors, and contributes to editing. He directs any web improvements and oversees the maintenance of case pages, statistics, calendar and other features.
He also reports on other goings-on related to the court. He’s particularly interested in renewed public discussion of the court's legitimacy in today's political environment.
Before joining SCOTUSblog, Kal completed a fellowship at the American Constitution Society and interned for the Center for American Progress. He graduated in 2018 from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in applied mathematics.
Any questions about the Supreme Court or comments for SCOTUSblog can be directed to Kal at feedback [at] scotusblog [dot] com.
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