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First Monday, 2011

As we are reminded today, “The Supreme Court shall hold at the seat of government a term of court commencing on the first Monday in October of each year and may hold such adjourned or special terms as may be necessary.” 28 U.S.C. § 2.

October Term 2011 begins today at 10:00 am. Notes on cases expected to find their way onto the Supreme Court’s docket are available here. Professor Jonathan Adler’s explanation of why this could be the most important Supreme Court term in decades is here. Mike Sacks, now of the Huffington Post, has more coverage here.

Categories: Current, Legal
  1. mb
    October 3, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    Thanks AD – I just learned a whole lot from this post.

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