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In his year-end report in December, Chief Justice John Roberts noted the Supreme Court’s reputation for resisting new technology — the justices still correspond mostly on paper. That preface was to announce that the court plans in the near future to put briefs and other documents online, which federal and other courts have done for years. We explore what the change means for accessibility, transparency and the workings of the nation’s highest court.


  • Adam Liptak Supreme Court reporter, The New York Times

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