Veteran U.S. Supreme Court advocates from Jones Day, Hogan Lovells and other major firms on Friday won the chance to make oral arguments next term, as the clock ticked on the final minutes before the justices’ summer break.

The justices added 13 petitions to their argument docket on what is called their “clean-up” orders list, which was released after all decisions have been issued.

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