Law360 (March 31, 2020, 4:41 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court and the lawyers who practice there are doing their best to maintain a sense of normalcy in the midst of a deadly pandemic, but anxiety about the court's schedule, technical woes and a longing for face time with colleagues is making it difficult for many.
The court has been closed to the public for weeks, and the justices are heeding social distancing guidelines by forgoing their traditional handshakes and dialing in to conferences remotely. All the same, the court has been handing down orders in pending cases and issuing opinions in argued cases, while forging ahead with its...
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