Imagine this: You, a proud Idahoan, have spent months preparing for the LSAT, which the Law School Admission Council said would be held on Saturday, September 16, the year of our Lord Kellye Testy two thousand and seventeen, and would begin promptly at 8:30 am, Mountain Daylight Time. You purchased a not-inexpensive admission ticket, which again repeated the precise time at which you would report to your testing center at Boise State University. You studied vigorously to prepare for the test.
The Supreme Court’s new term, which just started on Monday, is going to be marked by several extremely important cases. If you’re interested in the law, these should provide a lot of food for thought. This post is going to run through some of the cases coming up to the Court.