Weekly Roundup - October 30, 2013

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Current Term

The Supreme Court granted two cases last week in forma pauperis - but what does that mean? ISCOTUS Director Carolyn Shapiro explains

The Supreme Court Justices often invent hypothetical situations in oral argument to apply the concepts they discuss. Read several highlights from the Term so far

How much claim can the government have to abandoned railroads that are converted into trails? The Supreme Court will be deciding this Term in Brandt Revocable Trust v. U.S.

A third abortion case may be on its way to the Supreme Court

Oklahoma Top Court Says Law Bans Pill-Induced Abortions, may scuttle Supreme Court case

Learn about the Court

Be sure to check out the latest update of ISCOTUSnow for iOS 7, including all current and recent Supreme Court cases

Would cameras in the Supreme Court lead to transparency or just to sound bites?

PocketJustice offers abstracts for all Con Law casebooks + 300 hours of SCOTUS audio + transcripts. Search. Clip. Share

Is nude dancing art, and thus protected by the First Amendment? A live theater production reenacts the arguments of Barnes v. Glen Theater. Now in New York and touring nationally

At the Supreme Court, tradition trumps technology, and transparency

Same-Sex Marriage at Supreme Court: Justice O'Connor Presiding

Justice Elena Kagan discusses writing, lawyering, and judging

Justice Scalia to speak at Yeshiva University's Straus Center

The portrait of the first four female Supreme Court justices was unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery

SCOTUSblog interviews with Solicitor General Donald Verrilli

Solicitor General Donald Verrilli discusses the role of his office and how it came to be with SCOTUSblog

In part two of SCOTUSblog's interview, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli discusses his job, the Court, and more

Solicitor General Donald Verrilli discusses his role as gatekeeper to the Supreme Court

Learn how Solicitor General Donald Verrilli prepares for Supreme Court cases