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The Cases That Got The Justices Talking

Law360, New York (June 28, 2017, 4:39 PM EDT) -- Supreme Court advocates know that the justices’ level of engagement during oral arguments can often be an indicator of their interest in an issue, and gauging such interest is an important, yet elusive, part of swaying the court.

“A justice who is particularly energetic during arguments might be particularly interested in a case or might be keen on moving the court in a certain direction,” said frequent Supreme Court arguer Jeffrey Fisher, a professor at Stanford University and a former clerk for Justice John Paul Stevens....
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