TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Amelia Ferrell Knisely on Jun 2, 2016

Donald Verrilli, the seventh longest serving U.S. solicitor general in American history, is resigning from his position and is expected leave at the end of this month. Verrilli’s résumé of groundbreaking cases includes his successful defense of Obamacare and his advocacy on behalf of constitutional protections for same-sex marriage. NPR reports that he will be succeed by Ian Gershengorn, his principal deputy.