SUPREME COURT ANNOUNCES JULY WRIT-PANEL SCHEDULE
[Posted May 31, 2011] The Supreme Court always sits in
For those of you in those geographic areas, this is a wonderful opportunity to see the justices at work, to get a feel for how writ panels operate. If you ever expect to argue one of these over the course of your career, you owe it to yourself (and to your clients) to go and watch a few. Really, would you undertake to handle a trial before youd watched one? If you spend just an hour there, you can see six or seven such arguments, and perhaps get some ideas about which tactics work and which don’t.