Last year a spokeswoman said the court's budget hearing did not take place because of "a compressed Supreme Court and congressional schedule."
David Stras once wrote that U.S. Supreme Court justices should not have term limits. Instead, he said they should be incentivized to leave when they get old, through "golden parachute" pensions and a heavier workload, including being forced to hear cases around the country by "riding the circuits."
Trump's warning to Comey referencing recordings has prompted legal experts and analysts to highlight the legal link to Watergate.
On the eve of his Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday, Solicitor General-nominee Noel Francisco is the focus of a lawsuit seeking information about his participation in the legal battle over President Donald Trump's travel ban.
The announcement Monday buoys the firm's venerable Supreme Court practice.
Speaking at Georgetown University, an exuberant Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 84, exclaimed "I love my job," sounding not at all like someone who is even beginning to consider retirement.
Two hours of argument Tuesday yielded no clear sign that the high court would clarify the jumbled rules of jurisdiction, which University of Texas School of Law professor Linda Mullenix called "a problem that has confounded generations of law students, not to mention attorneys and courts."
Meet Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch's new law clerks: Our spotlight on the clerks he chose for the transitional period at the high court until the current term winds down this summer.
High-stakes clashes dealing with patents, personal jurisdiction and the death penalty await Justice Neil Gorsuch in his second week.
The case before the court deals with a narrow issue of deadlines for initiating litigation. Representing CalPERS, Thomas Goldstein of Goldstein & Russell told the justices litigation could overwhelm the courts if statutory deadlines for opt-out lawsuits are interpreted too strictly.