In a previous post I described the complicated process to attend oral argument at the Supreme Court. This post will recount my recent experience waiting on the bar line for DHS v. Regents of the University of California (the DACA case).
General Arrival Times
Generally, the public line for high profile cases begins to fill up several days in advance. Historically, however, the bar line has filled up much later. John Elwood, a frequent litigator before the Court, recounted that he showed up at...
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