What do I do if I disagree with every recent notable opinion a judge has written? Some judges of course will welcome a friendly debate, but others would be freaked out. I feel I can usually guess which type a judge is (for example, on the Supreme Court, Breyer and Scalia would like an interviewee who got into it with them, so would kagan, but Kennedy wouldn't like it and Thomas would get angry), but one can overestimate a judge's tolerance for disagreement.
I think the risk-reward calculus is skewed pretty heavily against engaging the judge in friendly debate in an interview. I think a lot of judges would perceive that as a signal that it's going to be like pulling teeth to have you in their chambers. Sure, there might be a Scalia-esque judge or two out there who actually enjoys and values the pushback, but I really don't know how you'd be able to guess that from a judge's bio, or even his recent opinions. I think you should keep looking until you find a couple of opinions you could cite if asked that you discuss without mentioning that you disagree with them.