The Supreme Court's next (cautious, careful) move into the digital age

The Washington Post: A new era of cutting-age technology begins Monday at the United States Supreme Court, as the public for the first time will be able to access briefs and other case documents on the court’s website.


Unimpressed? Perhaps the reader, in the waning second decade of the 21st century, thinks such an innovation might have been implemented, say, many years ago, as it was for the rest of the federal courts.

The reader is reminded that the Supreme Court is a place that still awards quills to lawyers who argue cases there.

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