The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog points out what we in Michigan already know -- Michigan’s Solicitor General Has Had a Busy Three Years:
On Tuesday, Michigan’s solicitor general went before the Supreme Court to defend Michigan’s ban on affirmative action in public education. That marked Mr. Bursch’s seventh Scotus appearance since he started the job in early 2011. He’s due back in Washington for an eighth argument in December.
For a state solicitor general, that’s an “extraordinary large number of arguments” in such a short period, said Dan Schweitzer, an attorney at the National Association of Attorneys General who advises state appellate litigators appearing before the Supreme Court.
Bursch graciously credited his "incredible team" for Michigan's success in its cert petitions and in arguments before the Court.