Texas Solicitor General Living Appellate Lawyer's Dream

Law360, New York (August 28, 2015, 2:47 PM EDT) -- Texas Solicitor General Scott Keller's legal career is marked by what he calls "an embarrassment of riches" that have let him fill the seven years since he graduated from law school with a highlight reel full of dream jobs.

He started his job at the Office of Solicitor General with a bang this January, arguing a major Fair Housing Act case before the U.S. Supreme Court just nine days after he officially started the job. In March, he returned to the high court to defend Texas' right to reject a proposal for license plates featuring a Confederate battle flag, winning a...

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