The University of Illinois College of Law presents a conversation with...
Malcolm Stewart, Deputy Solicitor General
United States Department of Justice
Learn about the composition and functions of the Office of the Solicitor General, the relationship between the OSG and other Executive Branch components, the distinct challenges and opportunities associated with representing the federal government in litigation, and briefing and arguing cases in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Wednesday, January 24
Max L. Rowe Auditorium
Free and open to the public.
Malcolm L. Stewart is a Deputy Solicitor General in the United States Department of Justice. He has held that position since 2008. His docket areas include antitrust; attorneys’ fees; bankruptcy; customs and international trade; False Claims Act; government contracts; intellectual property (patent, copyright, and trademark); pollution control (Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act); securities; and tax. He has presented 78 oral arguments in the United States Supreme Court. From 1993-2008, Mr. Stewart served as an Assistant to the Solicitor General. From 1991-1993, he was a member of the Appellate Staff of the Justice Department’s Civil Division. Before joining the Department of Justice, he served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Patricia M. Wald of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (1988-1989) and to Justice Harry Blackmun (1989-1990).
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