The Solicitor General and His Client
Washington University Law Quarterly
I will share with you a few thoughts on how the Solicitor General discharges his general statutory duty to "attend to the interests of the United States"' in the federal courts. More specifically, I would like to discuss how the Solicitor General gets along with his client-the United States-and how he ascertains the "interests" of that client.
Wade H. McCree Jr.,
The Solicitor General and His Client,
59 Wash. U. L. Q. 337
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