on Nov 10, 2022
at 12:14 pm
The Supreme Court on Thursday morning released its calendar for the January argument session. After hearing arguments during the first three months of the 2022-23 term in blockbuster cases involving affirmative action, voting, the Indian Child Welfare Act, and tension between free speech and state nondiscrimination laws, the justices will begin 2023 on a quieter note. The justices will hear oral arguments in just seven cases over five days, on issues ranging from the attorney-client privilege to immigration law and the National Labor Relations Act.
Here is the full list of cases scheduled for the January argument session:
This article was originally published at Howe on the Court.
Seven mostly low-profile cases are slated for oral arguments in January,
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