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“The Stanford Law School Supreme Court Litigation Clinic has an extensive practice before the Court.  Since 2004 the Clinic has relied on Wilson-Epes for all of its printing and filing needs, and we have been consistently pleased with Wilson-Epes’ dependable and trustworthy service.  Their staff is always available to troubleshoot and resolve questions as they arise, and they are a pleasure to work with.  We look forward to another exciting year of working together in the upcoming term!”

“Wilson Epes is the best in the business.  They have the process of printing briefs down to a science, and their customer service in unparalleled.  During the February snowstorm when the entire city was shut down, Wilson Epes printed and filed a cert petition for me with a “business as usual” attitude.  When I send a brief to Wilson Epes, I am confident that it will be printed and filed professionally and with time to spare.”

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  • Petition of the dayPetition of the dayThe petition of the day is:Saturday, Mar 28, 2015
  • Relist WatchRelist WatchJohn Elwood reviews Monday’s relisted cases. After a customary mid-March break to allow all sentient life on Earth time to research and complete its brackets (history may view picking Villanova for the championship game as more Millard Fillmore than Abraham Lincoln), the Court is back in session, and so is the Watch.  Let’s take a […]Friday, Mar 27, 2015
  • Britain: The Prince and the PapersThe Supreme Court on Thursday paved the way for the public release of 27 memos written by Prince Charles to government ministers.Friday, Mar 27, 2015
  • Petition of the dayPetition of the dayThe petition of the day is:Friday, Mar 27, 2015
  • Supreme Court Seems Split on What Is ‘Appropriate’ in Setting Clean Air CostsLawyers for industry groups and some 20 states told the justices that Environmental Protection Agency regulations that set limits on emissions from power plants had failed to take account of the punishing costs they would impose.Thursday, Mar 26, 2015