crowdsourcing project from two Midwestern universities plans to unlock some of the mysteries inside the U.S. Supreme Court’s closed-door conferences.

The project, SCOTUS Notes, aims to “harness the power of citizen scientists or armchair scientists” to transcribe a collection of nearly 50,000 pages of the justices’ handwritten conference notes on file at the Library of Congress, Washington and Lee School of Law and Yale Law School, according to political scientist Ryan Black of Michigan State University.

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