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See the post from SCOTUSblog's Amy Howe. Some quotes:Counting the health care cases as one ?case,? and the juvenile life-without-parole...
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The remaining merits cases as of June 23: In Plain English
On Monday morning the Court is once again scheduled to sit to release opinions in argued cases (as well as orders from its June 21 Conference). Counting the health care cases as one ?case,? and the juvenile life-without-parole cases as one ?case? too, this week the Court will decide five argued cases, issuing between six [...
Remaining merits cases: In Plain English
Over the next two weeks, the Court is expected to issue fourteen more opinions in argued cases. (The number fourteen is based on the assumption that the Court will issue one large opinion covering all of the health care cases and issues; whether the Court will in fact do so remains to be seen...
Commoncraft: Explanations in Plain English
The Commoncraft videos are just the best. And you can use them internally under license through their website store. Here's a list of what's there right now. Definitely worth subscribing to their blog and staying updated! Social Media Six Pack *NEW* Podcasting in Plain English RSS in Plain English Wikis in Plain English Blogs in Plain English Social Networking in Plain English Social Bookmarking in Plain English CFL Lightbulbs in Plain English Photo Sharing in Plain English Twitter in Plain English Zombies in Plain English Sometimes I think everyone knows about these great resources and then I find out I should have blogged it so that there's a simple link...
Plain English Questions Presented
As part of our commitment to expand the accessibility of the blog, today we’re publishing plain English summaries of the Questions Presented in each of the merits cases from the Term...
Preparing for Supreme Court opinion-release-aggeddon.
Legal Insurrection: There are several really important Supreme Court decisions to be handed down tomorrow at 10 a.m., Monday at 10 a.m., or next Thursday at 10 a.m. ScotusBlog has a ?plain English? summary of the remaining case
Last weeks oral arguments: In Plain English
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Last week's arguments included cases about medical residents, discount watches, naturalization, and cell phone contracts. In Plain English, this post explains these cases and the underlying legal issues.