Law360, Boston (June 27, 2016, 10:33 PM EDT) -- A vacant seat on the court. Controversial decisions on abortion and affirmative action. A judicial deadlock on immigration. For the U.S. Supreme Court, it was both business as usual and a session unlike any other. Here, Law360 takes a deep dive into the numbers behind the high court's latest term, examining the vote counts, overturn rates and dissents from this divided court.
In many ways, Law360’s main findings underscore the partisan divisions that split the now-eight-member court on many of the high-profile cases this term. Several rulings exposed a court struggling to find agreement, and the justices deadlocked with a tie...
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