SCOTUS announces oral arguments to be heard via teleconference for February sitting

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On January 22, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would conduct oral arguments via teleconference during its February sitting, following the same format that was used during its October, November, December, and January sittings.

The court also announced that the oral arguments will be provided to the public via live audio stream. The audio files and argument transcripts for cases will be posted on the Court’s website following oral argument each day.

The Supreme Court’s February sitting is scheduled to begin on February 22. Five cases have been scheduled for a total of four hours of oral argument. 

February 22

  • Trump v. Sierra Club
  • Florida v. Georgia

February 23

  • Barr v. Dai (Consolidated with Barr v. Alcaraz-Enriquez)

February 24

  • Lange v. California

As of January 22, the court had agreed to hear 60 cases during its 2020-2021 term and had issued 11 opinions. 

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