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That’s a Wrap: What Leading Appellate Attorneys Say About Historic SCOTUS Arguments

National Law Journal

13 May 2020

Joe Palmore spoke to the National Law Journal about whether the virtual format affected the substance of the arguments in the U.S. Supreme Court’s first-ever telephonic hearing.

“The dynamic is markedly different,” Joe said. “Each justice has had the opportunity to ask their own follow-up questions, which has occasionally allowed for more in-depth discussion of some topics. But much of the interplay among the justices has been lost – it’s mostly a series of freestanding Socratic dialogues.”

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