Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court announced historic arguments by phone next month, Hogan Lovells appellate litigator Sean Marotta tweeted: “Do you get a podium for your house, wear a suit, and do it like at the court? Do you have more notes? Do you set up a Slack war room with your team for real-time support? Too distracting?”
Another lawyer tweeted: “How can you see the clock and the red light? This makes me itch just thinking about it!”
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