Supreme Court’s Fall Term Begins Today

Posted By on October 4, 2010

The Supreme Court’s Fall Term begins today.

Some of the more notable items on the docket include Snyder v. Phelps (1st Amendment rights intersecting with state tort law) and Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association (1st Amendment case on the California law to restrict sales of violent video games to minors).

To view a list of the hearings for October, click here.

Supreme Court junkie?  Don’t forget about The Oyez Project and its visual tour of the Supreme Court and a few of the Justice’s chambers (Justice Ginsberg, are you and Justice Scalia riding an elephant?!!?).  Also check out SCOTUS, a blog devoted to the Supreme Court and its cases since 2002.

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