Update: I originally posted that there would be no orders list, based on the Court’s calendar saying “No Orders” and Osler’s email this morning stating the same. But I’ve since noticed this short orders list dated today, with some petition denials and the disposition of a few other items (like striking some petitions for failing to comply with the rules).

The machinery of the conveyor belt may work so smoothly that it can churn out these routine orders even when no one is looking.

Regular programming resumes next week, with a private conference of the Justices scheduled for Tuesday.