An Updated and Enhanced United States Supreme Court Website Debuts
The updated and enhanced website went live two days ago.
From Andrew Hamm at SCOTUSblog:
The court’s Public Information Office boasts that the site update includes “a more consistent menu structure, a more interactive calendar, faster access through Quick Links, improved page load times, and reduced page scrolling.” For example, instead of indicating only that the court will hear oral argument on a given day, the updated calendar provides case names for each argument day, with links to the docket entries and the questions at issue in each case.
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