Last week, the Court had a conference but no (formal) orders list. ((As last week illustrates, of course, the lack of a scheduled order list didn’t stop the Court from issuing a very substantial number of briefing-related orders. It just meant the Court did not release a list of dispositions on the merits.)) This week, the situation is reversed — the Court has no arguments or conference scheduled, but it is scheduled to again release orders this Friday.
Articles from the past week:
“A Good Friday for Briefing Requests”. The Court requested full briefing in 15 more cases, including one about the privacy of attorney records at the state bar and two related to a defamation case growing out of 9/11 coverage.
“No Order List This Week”. Technically true, but I seem to have spoken too soon.