The show, which has a working titled of Tommy Supreme, will follow a likeable character through a not-so-likeable profession – sort of like House in reverse, the website reports.
Goldstein, whose blog of Supreme Court news and analysis is a must-read for lawyers inside and outside of the Beltway, famously left a law firm as a fourth year associate to pursue Supreme Court practice working out of his home and offering to represent clients for free. He ultimately worked his way up to become a partner at Akin Gump and head of the firm’s Supreme Court practice.
Speaking to the Washingtonian‘s Capital Comment Blog, Goldstein said being the subject of an in-development television show was “both flattering and crazy.”
“My life isn’t the stuff of dramatic television, as I’ve experienced it,” he said.
UPDATE: As if to demonstrate why the network was so inspired by him, Goldstein has put out a video showing his comic side.