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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!”

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  • Sex After 50 at the Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court will take up contraception and abortion this term in battles for the secular state in which women can make their choices.Thursday, Nov 26, 2015
  • Petition of the dayPetition of the dayThe petition of the day is: McDonnell v. United States 15-474 Issue: (1) Whether “official action” under the controlling fraud statutes is limited to exercising actual governmental power, threatening to exercise such power, or pressuring others to exercise such power, and whether the jury must be so instructed; or, if not so limited, whether the Hobbs Act and […]Thursday, Nov 26, 2015
  • Kentucky’s Governor Lets the (Formerly Incarcerated) People VoteThere’s no good reason formerly incarcerated shouldn’t be allowed to vote. Now, in Kentucky, some of them they will be.Wednesday, Nov 25, 2015
  • The Struggle for Justice on Tribal LandsThe Supreme Court takes on Native American sovereignty.Wednesday, Nov 25, 2015