Law students in Fort Worth will have a front-row seat to one of the most-watched Texas appellate oral arguments of the year, which has drawn public interest around the nation and cohesive scorn from advocacy groups of attorneys on both sides of the bar.

The Texas Supreme Court travels across the Lone Star State from time to time for arguments, and on Thursday, justices will drop in at Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth to hear two cases. It’s quite special for law students, expected to pack a 240-room auditorium plus additional overflow classrooms, to sit in on one of those arguments.

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