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Today, Edith Roberts describes the anticipation preceding an unprecedented phenomenon: telephonic Supreme Court hearings. Because the Supreme Court has strongly adhered to tradition in the past, this decision to hear arguments remotely came as a shock to some reporters, but it has also been deemed appropriate and admirable for the current times.
In light of the global developments with COVID-19, the Supreme Court decided to alter its schedule and refrain from hearing oral arguments. This decision, as The Washington Times reporter Alex Swoyer describes, has caused some controversy as members of the public have made requests for the arguments to be heard one way or another, particularly through remote means to abide by the national restrictions on congregations and gatherings.
In the first March 2020 edition of her Round-Up series, Edith Roberts highlights two immigration cases as it relates to the acquisition of a review for deportation decisions in addition to her typical overview of recent articles pertaining to the law.
In this Thursday edition of Edith Roberts’ Round-Up, she describes a number of recent articles that have been published in various publications including Vox, The ABA Journal, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
In her final round-up of the year, Edith Roberts provides a brief look at a few articles that have been published.
In this edition of the SCOTUSblog round-up, Edith Rogers discusses the two cases heard during the first session of the month.
In this edition of Petitions of the Week, Andrew Hamm highlights five pending petitions that pertain to a variety of issues.
In this edition of the Monday Round-Up from the SCOTUSblog, Edith Roberts highlights a few recent articles published by sources such as Forbes, USA Today, and The New York Times.
In this post highlighting nearly half a dozen pending petitions, Andrew Hamm summarizes the issues and parties involved in some of the petitions that are slated to be presented before the Supreme Court.
Aurora Barns highlights three petitions in this edition of Petitions of the Week.