The Supreme Court was set to have a busy spring, with a full docket of cases and a schedule packed with oral arguments. But like so many American institutions, even the Highest Court in the Land had to pause business-as-usual thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. So what happens now? 

Joining us to discuss these questions, and the Court’s role in the upcoming election season, is Amy Howe, a cofounder of SCOTUSblog and one of the leading reporters covering the Supreme Court (and a former Supreme Court lawyer herself). She helps us try to understand how the Supreme Court and its Justices may adapt — or not — to our nearly unprecedented circumstances. Is this going to change the operations of the Court forever? That’s up for debate; you be the judge.

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