You clerked at the U.S. Supreme Court for Justice Brennan. What did you learn from Justice Brennan?
Take us back to when you were a law clerk at the U.S. Supreme Court. What were the big issues? What was the ideological makeup?
You were a law clerk with Justice Elena Kagan who served under Justice Marshall. What do you remember about her during that time?
What was it like clerking for both Justice Brennan and Justice Scalia?
Tell us about your first experience as a lawyer before the U.S. Supreme Court
Joshua Rosenkranz discusses his successful representation of Merck KGaA
Joshua Rosenkranz discusses Rumsfeld v. FAIR from his perspective as lead counsel
Joshua Rosenkranz on persuading U.S. Supreme Court Justices at oral argument in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons
Joshua Rosenkranz discusses his successful representation of Facebook against the Winklevoss twins
You once represented Super Lawyers in a case before the New Jersey Supreme Court. What First Amendment issue was at stake in that case?
Joshua Rosenkranz discusses the secret to writing winning legal arguments
Who is the most effective appellate lawyer you’ve ever seen?
How has appellate advocacy changed since you began the practice?
If you could reform any aspect of our appellate system, what would it be?
What advice do you have for law students and young lawyers who want to be appellate advocates?
What is the biggest misconception people have about appellate work?
What’s been your worst moment as an appellate lawyer? What did you learn?
What made you decide to go to law school?
Discuss how your study of chemistry at Case Western Reserve influenced your legal career
What’s the most rewarding aspect of your law practice?
Tell us about Orrick’s Appellate Advocacy Practice Group