US Supreme Court changes some rules

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Via Scotusblog

The Supreme Court released revisions in its Rules, effective on Feb. 16.  The Court will no longer consider any request to extend the deadline for filing amicus briefs at the merits stage. It also shortened the word limit on reply briefs on the merits from 7,500 to 6,000.  A press release announcing the revisions is here.  The order implementing the changes, and the text of the revisions themselves, are at this link.

 

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