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Anthony J. Dick

Anthony Dick's practice focuses on constitutional, appellate, and complex civil and criminal litigation in federal court, with experience in all stages of legal strategy, analysis, and briefing. In addition to his work in the federal courts of appeals, he has contributed to successful briefs before the United States Supreme Court at both the certiorari and merits stages. He has written articles that have appeared in publications such as SCOTUSblog, National Review Online, The Washington Post, and The Washington Times. In December 2012, Forbes Magazine named him to its "30 Under 30: Law & Policy" list of "today's disrupters and tomorrow's brightest stars."

Before attending law school, Anthony worked as an associate editor at a national political magazine, where he wrote and edited articles both online and in print. [1]