The legendary “First Monday in October”—the opening day of the Supreme Court’s new term—can occur as late as Oct. 8, as the calendar goes. But not this term.

The first Monday this year is Oct. 1, the earliest it can possibly be. And that is just one of several factors that could make it difficult for Brett Kavanaugh—if he is confirmed by the Senate—to hit the ground running.

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