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Carl Cecere
Owner, Cecere PC. Supreme Court and appellate advocacy.
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Carl Cecere 1h
Replying to @KHJ_Esq
That is a great moment. Thanks for sharing.
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Kevin Harden, Jr. 4h
Ladies and Gentlemen: Terrance Lewis’ First Selfie
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Carl Cecere 7h
Replying to @AliceLfc4 @Elieherman
This is why I'm not as cool as Alice.
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Carl Cecere 7h
Replying to @Elieherman @AliceLfc4
I...I still don't get it.
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Carl Cecere 7h
Right?
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Daniel W. Drezner 9h
This centrally planned free market economy sounds awesome.
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Neal Katyal May 21
The video of the commencement is now up. Judge Calabresi's deeply powerful remarks are at 2:15 in. I have to say, I'd rather follow Venture Capitalist Robert Smith than have to follow Guido. But I gave it my best! My remarks start at 2:30
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Carl Cecere 7h
Replying to @djsziff
Your. Poor. Students.
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The American Law Institute May 21
Ellen Pryor discusses § 13 on Actual Consent: Definitions and Conditions at today’s project session.
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Chasten Buttigieg 8h
The servant leader and sailor I fell in love with.
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Carl Cecere 9h
Replying to @AliceLfc4
You’ve got that anime assassin energy today and I feel like that’s good equipment to bring to an interview.
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grist 10h
May is National Bike Month! Here are 10 simple steps for fixing a flat — with pictures and pro tips from Grist’s biggest bike nerd.
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Carl Cecere 10h
Replying to @grist
Always, always, check your tires for nails or thrones. Nothing more frustrating than putting on a brand new tube only to have it immediately puncture when you fill it up.
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Tom Tugendhat 16h
If you read anything today, read this by . It’s inspiring:
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John Elwood May 21
Replying to @AdamSFeldman
When the Supreme Court "calls for a response" (or "CFRs") in a so-called "paid case" (where petitioner can afford filing fees; a non-pauper case), it quadruples the odds of a grant as a statistical matter. Still relatively modest odds of grant (16.9%). Paging
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George Conway May 21
This would be a supreme act of patriotism by Rep. Amash.
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Carl Cecere May 21
Why are you even in this conversation, Jason? Isn’t there something that needs cleaning?
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Carl Cecere May 21
Well, I'm the most important person at my firm, so please address me as "Hon. Carl Cecere."
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Carl Cecere May 21
Ruining an otherwise great thread.
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Justice Brett Busby May 21
Thank you to my Twitter followers! I appreciate your support and the opportunity to engage with you.
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