John Avery Admitted to U.S. Supreme Court Bar

John Avery at the U.S. Supreme CourtAttorney John Avery of Avery Law has been admitted to practice in the highest court in the nation: the United States Supreme Court. This monumental achievement pays testament to Mr. Avery’s excellence and respected reputation within the legal community. Admission to the United States Supreme Court Bar is reserved for only the most accomplished legal professionals within their field. The Supreme Court only hears about 80 cases per year and issues decisions for the most contentious legal issues in the nation.

Attorney Avery was sworn in during a recent trip to Washington, D.C. to lobby on behalf of The Commercial Law League of America. While sitting in on Supreme Court Proceedings after being admitted, John witnessed Justice Clarence Thomas speak in court for the first time in a decade. Justice Thomas has not questioned arguing attorneys since February 2006. According to the New York Times, Thomas has remained quiet for so long because he did not want to be rude to lawyers with interruptions.

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